Subject: Re: CVS commit: basesrc
To: None <email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com>
From: Noriyuki Soda <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/23/2000 23:07:37
> >>Why are those files being placed into the locale subdirectory,
> >>considering that they're not related to this subsystem at all? Either
> >>the existing 'string' or a new subdirectory dedicated to wide
> >>character support would be more suiting.
> > for me lib/libc/locale looks to be the most natural location.
> > all other wchar_t related parsers are in lib/libc/locale.
> choices are:
> lib/libc/wstring, lib/libc/wchar, lib/libc/wctype (or whatever)
I think we are talking wchar_t string library (wcscpy and friends).
Is this right?
If so, lib/libc/string or lib/libc/wstring seems to be natural place
for me. Of course, locale/codeset dependent library should not go there.
lib/libc/locale or lib/libc/wctype is not good choice, because
these implies locale/codeset/LC_CTYPE related place.
> we will have some "wide-char ready variant stdio" code in the near
> future, where should we put them? note that prototypes for wide-char
> string manipulation, and wide-char stdio, are all in wchar.h, or wctype.h.