Re: utf8 odd behavior with Gtk2

Torsten Schoenfeld <kaffeetisch gmx de> writes:

â Do we continue to use SvPV/newSVpv but also store the UTF8 flag, and
if it was set, restore it?

Sounds likely, in as much as it's round-trip clean.  What does posix say
about the encoding of argv?  Text would be in the locale charset
wouldn't it?

If so you'd probably send wide chars in @ARGV to locale charset bytes in
argv[] and the reverse back again.

I see utf8::all presumes bytes in @ARGV are utf8, but that would be it's
idea of interpreting/forcing the world as utf8, is it?

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