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Re: icu wants c++11
On Sun, Apr 23, 2017 at 05:55:10PM +0200, Thomas Klausner wrote:
> Any suggestions?
ICU4C used to use the UChar typedef throughout. It is an unsigned 16-bit
The UChar typedef was compile-time-configurable, and its default
definition depended on the platform. For example, it was usually defined
to be uint16_t on Linux and macOS X, but wchar_t=WCHAR on Windows (for
ease of use with Windows APIs and libraries).
In other words, portable code could not rely on a fixed definition of
ICU4C library and C++ test code now always uses UChar=char16_t.
For callers of ICU, UChar is now a typedef for char16_t by default on
all platforms, but it continues to be compile-time-configurable.
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