Subject: Re: iconv question
To: None <wiz@NetBSD.org>
From: Masao Uebayashi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/20/2004 10:23:23
> > Also, the configury stuff of the package tries sets the
> > INTERNAL_CHARSET to "WCHAR_T", which is not accepted by
> > our libiconv either. Again, I'm not sure who is correct.
> > [This is then used as first or second argument for
> > iconv_open()].
> Citrus iconv doesn't have "WCHAR_T". Maybe using "utf-8" can work
> around this case. "iconv -l" shows available codeset names.
On second thought, just using "utf-8" won't work; scmxx is probably
using convert_to_internal() as a (wrong) replacement of mbstowcs().
If this is the case, scmxx needs an overhaul, unfortunately.