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The CITRUS (Comprehensive I18N Framework Towards Respectable Unix Systems) project aims to implement a complete multilingual programming environment for BSD-based operating systems. The goals include the creation of the following things for FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, BSD/OS and DragonFly BSD:
- An ISO C/SUS V2-compatible multilingual programming environment (locale/iconv support).
- Development of an implementation of gettext and POSIX NLS catalog under the BSD license.
- Multi-script framework, which decouples C API and actual external/internal encoding.
- To develop system standard multi-script encoding by internationalization of filename.
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