11 Feb '12, 6pm

Great series on string encoding in ruby by the chief #RubyRogue himself @JEG2. Oldie but goodie! /c @tmornini

The downside is that the new code comes with a good size learning curve. I would know because I recently battled through figuring it out so I could add support to the standard CSV library for nearly all of the encodings. It was a battle too. It's brave new territory and there's not a lot of help out there yet for understanding Ruby's new features.

Full article: http://blog.grayproductions.net/articles/understanding_m17n

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