From: Jonathan Wakely (cow_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-07-22 03:44:09
On Wed, Jul 21, 2004 at 11:10:57AM -0700, Robert Ramey wrote:
> The serialization library is set up as two libraries. Serialization.lib and
> wserialization.lib. If there isn't proper support for wide chars, the later
> fails to build and the tests that depend upon fail to pass. This is what
> happens when I test gcc on cygwin.
Aha, I see! I was confused by the fact that some files explicitly check
while others just fail to compile
> So the fact that there is no wide char support on a particular platform
> should be no problem as far as the serialization library is concerned. Of
> course in such environments wide char use has to be avoided.
OK, I'll ignore any wchar-related failures in serialization.
I didn't get any further testing on FreeBSD, will try to find time tonight.
Thanks for your help,
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