Gurmukhi Unicode Conversion Application
GUCA is an application that is designed to convert ASCII encoded, font-based Gurmukhi text (usually Punjabi/Panjabi) into Unicode. It is open-source and is released under the GNU General Public Licence. This means that this software is entirely free and available for all to download and edit.
If you have further queries please e-mail the author (in English only).
This application will convert text based on Dr. Thind's fonts (e.g. AnmolLipi, GurbaniLipi fonts) into Unicode. It also includes a custom mapping engine that allows you to easily add your own font mappings.
Please select which package you wish to download:
Please note that this software comes with NO WARRANTY of any kind so use it at your own risk!
GUCA requires the Microsoft .NET Framework Version 1.1 to function correctly. GUCA is being developed on Windows XP and should work correctly on Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows 2003 Server. If you are using Windows 98 or ME you will need to export your output to XHTML and view it in Internet Explorer 6 before you can see the Gurmukhi text.
The following mappings are included in the latest release:
Not included in the latest release:
To install these custom mappings, load GUCA and open the options dialog by clicking 'Tools' > 'Options'. Click on the 'Mappings' tab and press the 'Add' button. Ensure you have unzipped the archive and then select the mapping file to add. To convert using these mappings, click 'Tools' > 'Convert' and then select the appropriate conversion.
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