From: Sebastian Redl (sebastian.redl_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-07-11 07:45:14
Stroemsdoerfer, Christian wrote:
>I am currently using the PropertyTree library and I think it's both useful and easy to use.
>I haven't looked too much into the implementation, but I wanted to mention that although the
>library enables the use of wchar_t for properties and their values, it does not do so for
>file names (xml_read for instance takes a "std::string" for a filename). There are, however,
>people amongst us that work on operating systems with Unicode-enabled file systems. This should
>be supported by the library.
This is not so much the fault of the PropertyTree library as that of the
underlying I/O system: fstreams don't support wchar_t filenames either.
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