From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-21 04:55:43
> I believe Cygwin uses gcc 3.3, and I had a similar experience with
> wide character support (or lack thereof) in gcc 3.3.x on Solaris.
> Upgrading to 3.4.x fixed things. Perhaps you can get a gcc 3.4
> package or build the compiler from source to see if this helps. Has
> anyone here tried this?
It's not going to help: the cygwin dll has no (or at least extremely
limited) C language wide character support. Without that there's nothing
for libstdc++ to build on. In contrast Solaris did have C language support
for wide characters, it's just that libstdc++ wasn't taking advantage of it
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