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Welcome, Guest. Please login or register. Tue Sep 02, 2014 16:37
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[answered] libmm

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Apr 2011
Location: athens, Greece
it seems that http://www.ossp.org/pkg/lib/mm/ is more or less deserted
ftp doesn't work, no progress is happening.
Can you possibly upload latest working sources here?

Thanks for the great work

Kind Regards

Administrator
Registered:
May 2009
Location: Jyväskylä, Finland
It's on the download page now.

Member
Registered:
Apr 2011
Location: athens, Greece
Topic owner
That was REALLY fast..
Compiled successfully

Many Many thanks

Administrator
Registered:
May 2009
Location: Jyväskylä, Finland
You're welcome.

One question, how much do you use ISO-8859-7 character set in Greece? Currently Greek characters included in the GSM character set are converted to ISO-8859-1, which has different values for them. Should smstools include translation for ISO-8859-7, like the following table shows, or is this issue meaningless?
  0xC4, 0x10,                   // Δ GREEK CAPITAL LETTER DELTA
0x5F, 0x11, // _ LOW LINE
0xD6, 0x12, // Φ GREEK CAPITAL LETTER PHI
0xC3, 0x13, // Γ GREEK CAPITAL LETTER GAMMA
0xCB, 0x14, // Λ GREEK CAPITAL LETTER LAMDA
0xD9, 0x15, // Ω GREEK CAPITAL LETTER OMEGA
0xD0, 0x16, // Π GREEK CAPITAL LETTER PI
0xD8, 0x17, // Ψ GREEK CAPITAL LETTER PSI
0xD3, 0x18, // Σ GREEK CAPITAL LETTER SIGMA
0xC8, 0x19, // Θ GREEK CAPITAL LETTER THETA
0xCE, 0x1A, // Ξ GREEK CAPITAL LETTER XI
Member
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Apr 2011
Location: athens, Greece
Topic owner
I have already commented in the code changes that you have in source to get greek characters to work correctly.
As long as capital letters are used, everything is send via special 8859-7 .
Special in the essence that only different characters are substituted, everything else remains Latin. This is not the case with 8859-7 which is also used a lot in emails, where the full character set is redefined above 127d.

Testing with Nokia and Ericsson mobiles seems to be ok.
I did come across a specific Nokia phone that didn't manage to send correct Greek characters, but was unable to pinpoint the problem (didn't have handset available locally
Nokia 6700 didnt work
Nokia N70 did work.

I'm using a siemens mc35 which is also known to have issues with greek characters under specific conditions.

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