DBCSMAP v1.0 released
February 26, 2007 by Alex Taylor
I've released (Feb. 25) version 1.0 of DBCSMAP (Double Byte Character Map
DBCSMAP is an OS/2 character map program for Unicode and selected DBCS codepages. Specifically, it supports the Unicode Basic Multilingual Plane, as well as the common OS/2 codepages for Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), Japanese, and Korean.
Characters from these DBCS codepages can be copied to the clipboard as codepage-specific text (or UTF-8 in the case of Unicode text), and in "text/unicode" format as supported by Mozilla.
DBCSMAP is free software licensed under the GNU GPL.
The latest version is available on Hobbes:
Source code is also available in the same location.
NOTE: It has not yet been uploaded to my website, due to technical difficulties. (They seem to have been doing some kind of server maintenance over reading week, and now I can't log in anymore.)
The previously-uploaded screenshots on my website are, however, still applicable to this version: