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From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-23 00:50:19
On Thu, 23 Jun 2005 09:39:15 +0400, Serge Skorokhodov wrote
> > There's also a method to do this:
> > output_facet->set_iso_extended_format();
> > Input facet is similar. The other nice thing is the new facets don't
> > require you to build the library like the old 'to_string' functions
> > -- so unless you use the 'to_string' functions or serialization
> > you'll be able to skip the library build/link in 1.33. And support
> > for localization is much better as well. All in all 1.33 will be the
> > way to go in a few days...
> > Fairly up to date docs for the upcoming release can be found at:
> Thanks for the info. What about wide string support? I've compiled
> for UNICODE but used standard chars for date_time to work.
Another improvement in 1.33 -- 1.32 wide streaming was a bit spotty. Facets
are called -- wdate_facet, wtime_facet, wdate_input_facet, and
wtime_input_facet. Operate on format streams as well.
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