> > > appropriate. There are several encodings for Chinese including
> > > GB(EUC-CN), Big5, EUC-TW. At least we should be able to distinguish
> > > them. What about "chinese(GB)" or whatever?
> > Renamed to chinese-gb.
> I think chinese-gb is ok, thanks!
I ended up using chinese_gb. The underscore was more consistent.
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