From: Atry (pop.atry_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-05-02 02:09:09
For example, Boost.Regex use some characters with 128-255 ansi code in
source file, and msvc will convert them to Unicode using default
codepage. If the default codepage is an multi-bytes charset, that
convertion would truncate some of string declaration.
For Unicode string, sometimes it would not raise an error on compile
time, but it does the worse thing. L"aaººaa" has different means for
different codepages, and L"\xAB\x9A" does not.
I think all file in boost should only contains 0-127 ansi code, and any
other characters need for string or char declaration should use \x instead.
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