Subject: Re: [boost] [xint] Fifth release -- one more round of reviews, please
From: Chad Nelson (chad.thecomfychair_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-06-13 00:19:27
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On 06/12/2010 09:11 PM, Adam Merz wrote:
> Attempting to stream an integer_t to/from a wide stream (e.g.
> std::wcout, std::wcin) fails to compile on MSVC2010 because wide
> streams don't have insertion/extraction operator overloads defined
> for std::string, only for std::wstring.
Oops... I'd completely forgotten wide-character strings.
> To take this a bit further, as you probably know, Windows development
> is heavily biased towards usage of wchar_t over char,
Can you tell I do most of my development work under Linux these days? ;-)
> so it feels somewhat limited (or at least clumsy) that integer_t
> doesn't work directly with wchar_t strings/ streams/pointers. For
> example, integer_t has constructors that take char const*, but no
> constructors that take wchar_t const*; also, xint::to_string
> explicitly returns std::string, with no direct way to get a
> std::wstring instead. It would be nice if this was remedied so that
> working with wchar_t-based types was as painless as it currently is
> for char-based types.
Done. There's one new function (to_wstring), everything else should just
work the way you'd expect it to, whether you're using ASCII strings or
The changes have just been uploaded to the Sandbox (haven't updated the
Vault yet). Please take a look and let me know if you see any problems
with the implementation. There shouldn't be.
Oak Circle Software, Inc.
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