Subject: Re: [boost] [locale] Review
From: Artyom (artyomtnk_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-04-18 08:30:02
> We shouldn't adapt for broken 3d-party libraries.
> If you so like the current Boost.Locale's behavior, provide a special
> *care_with_broken_c_libs_generator*, that's not default.
> > So if you need localized numbers you should use as::number otherwise
> > C/POSIX locale is used by default.
> inconsistent requirement
> > It is by design.
> it's wrong
If so please implement following in C correctly:
void delete_values_above_x(double x)
snprintf(statement,sizeof(statement),"DELETE FROM sometable WHERE x > %f",x);
When in current locale the decimal point is "," and x=3.14...
You can't do it in reasonable simple way in C.
It is design issue of standard C and C++ library.
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