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Re: [i18n-prog]

From: Bryan Donaldson <bryandonaldson@mindspring.com>
Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2001 16:04:05 +0900
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there a new thing coming in  the next platofrm SDK that changes the "what 
OS's support unicode" question.

As for how the various OS's support wchar_t, well, that goes back the first 

Bryan Donaldson
----- Original Message -----
>From: <mailto:nsagez@fusionOne.com>Sagez, Nicolas
>To: <mailto:www-international@w3.org>www-international@w3.org ; 
>Sent: Thursday, June 21, 2001 19:02
>Subject: [i18n-prog]
>I'm trying to gather information regarding the different Unicode / MBCS 
>support for different OS (Windows 9x, NT, 2000, Linux, Mac OS, Solaris ...).
>I would typically like to find:
>- A list of operating systems (including level), and what they support 
>(MBCS, Unicode), and what APIs used each of those (Windows Unicode, 
>standard C runtime, IconV, etc). (to use file access, string functions).
>- Also, how the ANSI C runtime behaves on each OS regarding wchar_t, using 
>built in ANSI locale support, etc.
>If you could provide some of these information that would be a great help 
>for me.
>Thanks a lot !
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Received on Sunday, 24 June 2001 03:25:26 UTC

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