kernel32: MultiByteToWideChar: MB_USEGLYPHCHARS fix
Andrew O. Shadoura
bugzilla at tut.by
Sun Mar 25 14:58:39 CDT 2007
Tuesday, March 13, 2007, 16:35:49, you wrote:
RS> Andrew O. Shadoura wrote:
>> MB_USEGLYPHCHARS Use glyph characters instead of control characters.
>> 'control characters' in this context are _Unicode_ characters below U+0020.
>> dst is a pointer to WCHAR string - this means it is Unicode string. So,
>> we don't need to take into account any codepages, because codepage of dst
>> is Unicode
RS> Yes, you're right. However, like Dmitry said, I think this should be
RS> implemented in the in libs/wine instead of MultiByteToWideChar.
Excuse me for late answer :)
I think this can be left in MultiByteToWideChar, because this parameter only
affects output of this function, and there's no need to include it into
libs/wine/mbtowc.c. And one more thing is that we need to copy these three
lines into wine_cpsymbol_mbstowcs, wine_cp_mbstowcs and wine_utf8_mbstowcs.
So, I think, it'd be better to leave this code in MultiByteToWideChar.
P.S. What should I do for my patch to be added into WINE?
-- WBR, Andrew O. Shadoura
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