WineD3D: Fix my name
phil at newstar.rinet.ru
Thu Jan 11 06:57:02 CST 2007
On 11/01/07, Dmitry Timoshkov <dmitry at codeweavers.com> wrote:
> > At least one free resource compiler that claims to support UTF-8:
> > http://www.jorgon.freeserve.co.uk/#rc
> Unfortunately it's not Microsoft's rc.exe, i.e. not something I'm interested
> to compare wrc output/compatibility with.
> >> Also, there are not much editors in
> >> the Windows world that support UTF-8, since it's a multibyte encoding and in
> >> general is very cumbersome encoding to work with. Please don't do that.
> > At least Notepad on Windows XP does support UTF-8.
> If that was supposed to be a joke I didn't buy it.
No it was not a joke. I only tried to say that there is a UTF-8
enabled editor included in standard Windows distribution. If you don't
like Notepad (yes, it's very limited) you can always find another
editor (I use Vim in Windows as well as in Unices). In other words,
your second reason to not switch to UTF-8 does not look like a good
reason to me. But the first one does.
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