This is the command makechs that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
makechs - A program that can be used to create additional translation tables for use by
makechs <fromchrs> <destchrs> <frommap> [<destmap>]
The *.chs files in the "xlat" and "unicode/xlat" directories are character set translation
tables in the GoldED+ format. The files were created from mappings files found at this
Fallback sequences for characters that do not exist in the target charset were taken from
Markus Kuhn's transliteration tables found at the URL below:
If you want to create additional translation tables, you can easily do so using this
A summary of options is included below:
The fidonet name of the charset you want to convert from.
The fidonet name of the charset you want to convert to.
The Unicode mappings file for the source charset.
The Unicode mappings file for the destination charset. If you don't supply a
mappings file, makechs will instead create a chs file that converts the source
charset to utf-8.
The output of makechs is written to the console and needs to be redirected to the desired
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