From: Jonathan Turkanis (technews_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-09 19:39:10
"George M. Garner Jr." <gmgarner_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
> Actually, the problem was that
> line_wrapping_output_filter needs to derive from output_wfilter not
> output_filter for Unicode applications. The code that I posted previously
> derives line_wrapping_output_filter<__wchar_t> from output_filter. The fact
> that this compiles and works is problematic because it introduces a certain
> ambiguity that may bite in the future.
Like I said, this example was not meant for production use. It was designed as a
simple example of a narrow-character filter.
> >(You might run into trouble if you use /Zc:wchar_t, I'm not sure.)<
> That's only a problem if you compile the library with a different setting
> than the application to which it is linked. I have tried it both ways
> without problem.
That's good to know.
> There is a bug in regex_filter.hpp line 58:
> basic_regex_filter( const regex_type& re,
> -- const char* fmt, //
> ++ const char_type* fmt,
> flag_type flags = regex_constants::match_default,
> flag_type fmt_flags = regex_constants::format_default )
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