Re: Is Unicode character set a problem when compiling GTK sources?

All other encodings than UTF-8 should be avoided. Realy...
(Note: .NET use UTF-8 internaly).

Den 2015-02-18 14:05, Nicola Fontana skrev:
Il Tue, 17 Feb 2015 19:09:58 +0000 John Emmas <john creativepost co uk> scrisse:

[...] Windows Unicode uses 
precisely 2 bytes to represent each character. But UTF-8 can use 
anywhere between 1 byte and 4 bytes

Just a side note: Windows uses UTF-16 encoding which is not
fixed-length either: it can use 2 or 4 bytes per character.


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