Subject: Re: [boost] [nowide] Request for interest (nowide unicode support for windows)
From: Artyom (artyomtnk_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-06-13 13:24:15
> Version 3, now in trunk, is totally "wide path" under
> Windows, at
> least with the Microsoft supplied standard library. And
> even with
> Cygwin, everything is totally wide path except that wide
> paths in file
> opens are converted to narrow paths for the actual i/o
> stream call.
Can I write:
When "×©×××.txt" is UTF-8 string and Unicode file name will be created?
If so, way to go.
If you suggesting:
Then this is not what I'm talking about.
I'm not talking about "Wide" path -- this is exectly what I was writing
"nowide" make a library compatible with C/C++ **standard** functions
like std::fstream::open(char const *,...) or std::fopen(char const *,...)
but be fully Unicode enabled (utf-8) as they are on all-other operating
systems without all "wide" api.
Is somebody interested?
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