From: Marshall Clow (marshall_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-07 23:41:46
"Emery De Nuccio" <emery.denuccio_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>I have been using a set of Unicode classes that I wrote that follow the STL
>common conventions for a while. These include unicode::ustring to replace
>std::string, unicode::uifstream to replace std::uifstream, and
>unicode::uofstream to replace std::ofstream. Is there any interest in adding
>them to Boost? I was pretty shocked to find that boost doesn't already have
>something like this (or maybe it does and I just haven't found it).
>Each of the classes mimics the standard equivalents' design like member
>names and iterator sub-classes. They also bidirectionally support all of
>UTF-8, UTF-16, UTF-32/UCS-4, UCS-2, and traditional ASCII.
>The only thing that I think is lacking is regex - not sure how to go about
>that. Maybe collaborate with the current boost.regex author(s) to add
>non-PCRE Unicode support?
>Note: I am happy do the necessary work to make the library meet Boost's
Where can I get a copy to check out?
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