[MUD-Dev] Re: OT, kinda, but yay :)

Jo Dillon emily at thelonious.new.ox.ac.uk
Sat Oct 24 11:34:43 New Zealand Daylight Time 1998


It's all a bit icky. X has no concept of Unicode at all, though
both Java and Harmony running on X do. You could probably get normal
Unicode constants by using the C++ conventions for wide-character
constants (I can't remember the exact syntax). But if you're using Unicode
you'll likely be putting all your text in separate files anyway. Any
Posix system will have some notion of wide-character support, but that
won't necessarily be Unicode.

Chris Gray (cg at ami-cg.GraySage.Edmonton.AB.CA) spake thusly:
> [Jon Leonard:]
> 
>  >Unicode support is a very good idea, especially since it doesn't require
>  >much more than changing which versions of library functions get called.
>  >(strcmp, etc.)
> 
> At least on WIN32. Does Linux do Unicode well? In MS VC5 you use icky
> macros for Unicode string constants. What does gcc do? Is it as ugly?
> 
> -- 
> Chris Gray     cg at ami-cg.GraySage.Edmonton.AB.CA
> 
> -- 
> MUD-Dev: Advancing an unrealised future.

--
	Jo

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