takes mixed encoding input and produces UTF-8 output


Most encoding conversion tools take input in one encoding and produce output in another encoding. Encoding::FixLatin takes input which may contain characters in more than one encoding and makes a best effort to convert them all to UTF-8 output.

For string soups containing only ASCII, ISO8859-1 and CP1252 but no actual UTF-8 characters (even if encoded as such), Encode::ZapCP1252 may be better suitable.

Includes command-line tool fix_latin.

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