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CONFIG_UNICODE_UTF8_DATA: UTF-8 normalization and casefolding tables

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The Linux kernel configuration item CONFIG_UNICODE_UTF8_DATA:

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This contains a large table of case foldings, which can be loaded as a separate module if you say M here. To be on the safe side stick to the default of Y. Saying N here makes no sense, if you do not want utf8 casefolding support, disable UNICODE instead.



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