At 23:35 21.1.2004, you wrote: >Why not just do everything in UTF-8. All this wchar_t, "asdfasdf"L >support, etc., is going to complicate the API. Seems simpler to have the >basic API, and for those not working in UTF-8 (or its subset:), they only >have to remember a single consistent rule: call "convert()" first. Genx could be optionally compiled with libiconv support if other encodings than UTF-8 are required, libiconv could handle encodings for both input and output in that case. Having wchar_t support on systems like windows would be the most robust approach though. with respect, Toni Uusitalo
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