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From: Tilman Kuepper (kuepper_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-08-09 02:11:46


> > f << wstr;
> > assert(f);
> Without looking at the real case, the last assert is possibly useless: if
> there is still data in some internal buffer, only the stream going out of
> scope will flush that (and perhaps fail to do so). BTDT. Just add an
> 'f.flush()'.

O. k., that's right.

But the "real" problem remains: This particular libstdc++ (g++ 3.3.3)
dosn't like the codecvt facet to return "partial". I am still not sure, if
codecvt facet or the library has to be fixed.

Some regression tests should try to convert some "really large" chunks
of data (which contain UTF-8 multi-byte encodings). It seems that
libstdc++ uses internal buffers of 8 KB size; the current conversion
facet causes problems only, if you need more room.

Best regards,

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