Dimitrie O. Paun
dpaun at rogers.com
Sat Jan 1 09:51:57 CST 2005
On Sat, Jan 01, 2005 at 07:47:11AM -0800, Jon Griffiths wrote:
> >Because in 99.99% of cases you don't want to convert from W->A.
> >If all our functions are Unicode, a W->A conversion is a warning
> >sign, and for sure you wouldn't want to encourage people to do
> >so by making it any easier.
> winapi_check will allready tell us all cross-calls anyway, doesn't it?
> It may be years before all the a to w conversions are done and we are
> 100% internally unicode, why live with a non standard header that long?
Because it provides more reason for fixes. If we make everything tidy,
those problems are less likely to get fixed. It's been a long standing
policy, I doubt that Alexandre will change it. But, then again, he will
make the final call.
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