Re: parameterized translation strings; what is the solution?

On Wed, Jun 06, 2007 at 04:03:19PM -0400, Paul Davis wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-06-06 at 21:33 +0200, Toralf Lund wrote:
> > Another problem mentioned earlier was that none of the "other" C++ libs 
> > seem to be even de facto standards, and relying on non-standard 3rd 
> > party libs always comes with issues of its own.
> compose.h is a header file that can be included in any project (except
> that if you use it in conjuction with boost:: you will need to rename
> its core functions as we did for ardour. there is no library, and no
> external dependencies.

ucompose.hpp it the one you want. It works with ustrings.

The compose library confused me by calling itself a library,
it is really just include files that can be copied in to your
project. If it were a real library, it would be a problem
since it is installed in so few distros.

The boost library has something has well, but it works with
wide strings, it is too inconvenient to figure out how to
change these into ustrings.

I decided to use ucompose.hpp.

Paul Elliott                       1(512)837-1096
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