From: Andrew Dunbar (email@example.com)
Date: Thu May 22 2003 - 00:16:59 EDT
Hi there. Just some notes on the Windows keyboard work
you've been doing.
I noticed this code in ev_Win32Keyboard.cpp # 325:
327 /*if (m_bIsUnicodeInput)
Notice you have two return statements immediately
following one-antother. The second one will never be
called! I'm not sure if you should have an "if" in
there or if you should only have one of the calls.
I would've thought if your unicows stuff is working
that you could get rid of my entire "m_pToUnicodeEx"
code and just call ToUnicodeEx directly.
If the unicows code is not working in this area then
you should've committed it at all. Experimental code
belongs in your home tree.
The same goes with the commented-out code below it.
If you know you've fixed it, don't comment out the old
code, delete it. Dead code in CVS is very messy and
hard to find once it's been there a while.
Again if you think it doesn't work then don't commit
it. Mailing a patch to the list is a better idea in
Please take this as constructive criticism! All i18n
code is close to my heart (: Keep up the good work.
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