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Summary: Encoding fixed, apparently.


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Convert chinese characters to pinyin, using TONEPY and PY-b5 (or rather, excerpts of those.) It does this by building a hash table of b5 and gb chars, mapped to pinyin. For chars with multitple readings, it maps them to “pinyin0|pinyin1|…”, etc. For instance, one character maps to “xing2|heng2|hang4|hang2”.

This library needs work, the least to give it better names, a better name overall, documentation, and better library-fu (for instance, it should probably PROVIDE a feature). (ooh, and if C-u C-x = could use this to also show the pinyin readings…)