From: Sebastian Redl (sebastian.redl_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-04-23 16:42:24
Robert Ramey wrote:
>I had to make my own such iterators in order to make xml_archives. These
>are described in the serialization library under the misc/dataflow
>I'm not sure what BE or LE refer to. But I did adress UTF-16 and
>UTF-8 was addressed with Ron Garcias UTF-8 codecvt facet. This
>is also documented in the misc section of the serializaiton library. A
>unicode solution" has been discussed here in some length. The
>requirements kept growing until the job was undoable. Fortunately,
>I don't think a "complete unicode solution" is required to make a
>serviceable XML parser that we can build on.
BE and LE stand for Big Endian and Little Endian. The two UTF-16
variants are easy to cross-convert, but quite definitely different.
>great - when do you think you'll be done?
Given the amount of free time I have ... but I'll start. I promise.
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