We really should provide an iconv() posix interface in the future.
Is there any reason why we don't ?
Lori Brownell wrote:
> The Windows 98 product will have no additional Unicode support in the base
> operating system than Windows 95 had. The Unicode support is limited to
> encoding conversion support provided by MultiByteToWideChar and
> WideCharToMultiByte and Unicode rendering via the W variants of the TextOut
> family of APIs.
> Lori Brownell
> Sr. Program Manager
> Personal and Business Systems Division - Microsoft
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Robert C. Parker [SMTP:Rob.Parker@mail.utexas.edu]
> > Sent: Friday, December 19, 1997 9:25 AM
> > To: Multiple Recipients of
> > Subject: Re: Unicode Support in Memphis/Win98?
> > MS claims that Win 98 is a 'subset' of NT 5.0, so it should
> > have the same support as NT. I don't know anything more than that.
> > >Anyone know any details of to what extent Win98 will support unicode?
> > >I would guess it's somewhat more than Win95 and somewhat less than
> > >NT. I am a beta tester but have found extremely little information on
> > >this subject. Anyone aware of anywhere on MSDN or the beta web site
> > >or anywhere else where I could learn more about this?
> > Robert Charles PARKER | "Now Flasher! Now Dasher! Now Raster and Bixel!
> > Rob.Parker@usa.net | On Phosphor! On Photon! On Baudrate and Pixel!
> > http://ccwf.cc.utexas.edu/~robp -Santa
> > +1 (512) 459-4223
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