From: Johan Björk (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Oct 08 2003 - 05:14:22 EDT
Daniel Glassey wrote:
> Just to let you know I'm having another go at making a unicode build
> for win32. M Pritchett's dialog refactoring has been a great help so
> basically what I've been doing so far is continuing with that and
> marking any awkward functions to use the ansi version with a TODO for
> Since it is part of 2.2 and the refactoring should have no effect will
> it be ok for me to just commit it or will someone want to review it?
> I'm just talking about gui refactoring and explicitly setting some gui
> funcs to use the ansi version for now not any keyboard or graphics
> class changes.
> btw it isn't quite ready for it yet but in order to try and avoid
> regressions we will need testers on as many versions of windows as
> possible in different intl bits. (My win9x box has died so alas I
> can't do any checking on win9x so I need help with this).
> oh, and one more thing, once we have this working, I'd like to suggest
> that we make it that translations are _only_ to be in utf8 encoding (I
> think it will simplify things a lot on windows to be able to assume
> what encoding they are in) or would that cause problems on other
> platforms, or would it be a problem for translators?
> Commit: src/af/util/xp/ut_vector.h - __const doesn't work on msvc6
> P.P.S. src/af/util/xp/ut_string.cpp doesn't compile because strings.h
> doesn't exist on msvc6 - could whoever put it in decide what ifdefs
> they want please.
Sorry about that, I was under the impression that strings.h was a
standard include, Fixed now.
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