wchar_t test suite

From: Mark Leisher (mleisher@crl.nmsu.edu)
Date: Fri Feb 07 1997 - 00:53:17 EST

Thanks to Doug Schiffer, several people expressed interest in possibly taking
Unicode-related compiler tests a step farther. So, I took a couple of hours
this evening and whipped up a set of programs that test a little more in depth
than Doug's code.

More work will certainly be needed to more thoroughly test C++ support for
wchar_t, but I'll leave that for you C++ wizards.

I did the work on my personal machine at home, and have put it all in the
public domain. So feel free to do any dang thing you want with the code
except complain about it :-)

For the Unix-oids:


For the CRLF-oids:


I (and maybe others on this list) would be interested to hear if anyone has
run the Plum Hall C/C++ test suite (done by Rex Jaeschke and P.J. Plauger I
believe, but correct me if I'm wrong) to test the wchar_t type. This system
used to be one of the few affordable (and reasonably good) commercial test
suites. I don't even know if it is still around.
Mark Leisher "A designer knows he has achieved perfection
Computing Research Lab not when there is nothing left to add, but
New Mexico State University when there is nothing left to take away."
Box 30001, Dept. 3CRL -- Antoine de Saint-Exup'ery
Las Cruces, NM 88003

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