From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-06-09 00:21:37
Petr Ko?m?d wrote:
> On Thursday 05 of June 2003 15:38, Vladimir Prus wrote:
>> Aleksey Gurtovoy wrote:
>> > I think the general conclusion was that one should be able to use both
>> > 'char' and 'wchar_t' versions of the library facilities in the same
>> > program.
>> Ehm... in fact I gleaned quite the opposite conclusion, and can't
>> understand the need to use both in the same program. Anyway, I'm planning
>> to use preprocessor-based solution, so can support this use case, too.
> A mix of unicode & non-unicode config files & ASCII command line together
> is a legitimate need today.
Which does not mean you have to use two versions of each library. Qt manages
to get alone nicely with a single QString class.
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