From: Yakov Lerner (w) (yakov.lerner_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-11-06 13:10:16
On Solaris, wchar_t is 4 bytes(int), not 2 bytes as on
windows and on Linux. In our app, we want to work with
2-byte-wide strings on any platform, so we define
typedef basic_string<unsigned char> unicode_string;
, which is different from basic_string<wchar_t>,
but this works perfectly good with STL. So far, so good.
With boost regex, when I'm trying to use this regex
compatible with basic_string<unsigned char>:
typedef boost::reg_expression<unsigned short,
regex_traits<unsigned short>, BOOST_DEFAULT_ALLOCATOR(
unsigned short)> re_type;
,I get million of compile errors about missing traits etc.
Q: In order to use boost::reg_expression<unsigned short,..> on the
'wchar_t' is not 'unsigned short', what do I need to do ?
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