wchar_t on GNU and Win32 - two worlds apart !
dank at kegel.com
Sat Dec 27 14:30:45 CST 2003
Dan Kegel wrote:
> I'm way out of touch with Wine these days, but here's
[ meant to say "my two bits"... obviously my mind is wandering... ]
> 1. If you want to get something useful done, switch to C. Mixing
> g++ and Winelib seems to be a bit tricky, and you might end up
> spending all your time on that instead of solving the problem you
> originally wanted to solve.
> 2. If you insist on using C++:
> if the problem resists analysis, perhaps you could use Valgrind
> to help track down the problem.
3. Compile with MS Visual C++. I run MSVC++ 4.0 on Wine just fine,
and I bet even newer versions will run the commandline versions
of the compilers ok on wine.
#3 really is the best option, since then your app will
run fine both on Windows and on Wine...
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