Encoder for unicode to RTF 1.5 command sequences
This module implements an encoder for unicode to RTF 1.5 command sequences; it can be used to generate valid RTF output with international characters.
Importing this module adds a new rtfunicode codec, allowing you to encode unicode strings to valid RTF bytecode sequences:
>>> import rtfunicode >>> u'RTF and unicode mix just fine! \u263A'.encode('rtfunicode') 'RTF and unicode mix just fine! \\u9786?'
The RTF command code for a unicode character is uN?, where N is a signed 16-bit integer and the ? is a placeholder character for older RTF readers. This module sets the latter to the ‘?’ literal for simlicity’s sake.
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BSD (simplified), see: LICENSE.txt
Removed Python 2 compatibility.
Add a MANIFEST.in template to make sure CHANGES.rst is included in the distribution.
Removed limitations section from README as these were removed in 1.1.
Correct LICENSE.txt file.
Support surrogate pairs by using math text-run groups.
Drop support for Python 3.1 and 3.2; 3.3 - 3.5 are now officially supported.
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