From: John Torjo (john.lists_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-11-14 21:29:36
>>I've updated the lib, due to feedback from Paul Bristow.
> I looked on the original version of the library submitted for review. Even
> UNICODE isn't referenced anywhere. So we could safely say that submitted
> library doesn't support char/string customization required for
> Internationalization. That was point in my initial post.
Ok, point taken.
> P.S. I personally think you are looking in wrong direction in attempts to
> support custom char and threading. You couldn't produce proper solution
> without Policy based design: LookingPolicy and EncodingPolicy could be used.
I guess I need to think about it, but I do see your point.
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