> If someone wants to put a generic UTF-16 processor on top of genx, > that would be fine. I don't see the demand for supporting it at the > input end of genx because the UTF-16 centric languages like Java and > C# have decent xml-writing software already. -Tim Makes sense. One note, however; a C program might receive a UCS-16 string from elsewhere, eg a file or database, and want to pass it on without processing. Still, the conversion from UCS-16 to either UTF-8 or UCS-32 is trivial... Marc-Antoine Parent
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