CLI Utilities for Unicode Strings
I have released two more CLI tools for analysis of Unicode data. The first one is uniscribe which prints out the names of all glyphs in a Unicode string. It also knows many names of combined codepoint sequences. Special codepoints are highlighted using a similar color scheme like in uniscribe’s companion tool unibits. The second utility is unicopy, a command-line codepoint dumper, which copies the result to the clipboard.