Release Notes: This release adds MS DOS Codepages 437 and 850. Bugs in MS Windows Codepage 1252 were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the Buckwalter transliteration of Arabic and the Indian government PASCII encoding for languages written in Perso-Arabic script.
Release Notes: This release adds five encodings: Buddhist Relief Mission Pali, Classical Sanskrit Extended, EGA Farsi, IBM CP500 (EBCDIC), andMSDOS CP437 (original IBM PC).
Release Notes: This version fixes typographical errors that made two encodings unavailable.
Release Notes: Ten additional encodings are supported: AtariST, Guarani Linux Console, MS DOS CP860 (Portuguese), MS DOS CP861 (Icelandic/Nordic), MS DOS CP862 (Hebrew), MS DOS CP863 (Canadian French), MS DOS CP864 (Arabic), MS DOS CP865 (Nordic), MS DOS CP869 (Modern Greek), and MS Windows CP875 (IBM Greek).
Release Notes: An option has been added that lists the description in all known encodings for a specified codepoint. This is useful when trying to identify the encoding of a piece of text. Six additional MS Windows codepages are now supported.
Release Notes: Command line options now permit the various components of the display to be suppressed. A new command line option writes out a chart of the chosen encoding. The value of the byte may now be shown in decimal. A new command line option specifies the byte offset at which to start. Ten additional encodings are supported. A new command line option lists the available encodings, which are no longer listed by the usage message.
Release Notes: Thirty additional encodings are now supported, including all ISO-8859 encodings, ISCII, TISCII, VISCII, TIS620, and several Microsoft codepages and Macintosh encodings.
Release Notes: The usage message was corrected. A problem where execution with no arguments triggered an error was fixed.
Release Notes: A choice of five encodings is now available: Latin-1, Latin-2, WinLatin1, WinLatin2, and EBCDIC.