RE: [xslt] Help with compiling libxslt on HP-UX

Sorry for the typo.. I meant to way 'wchar_t' instead of 'uchar_t'.


>-----Original Message-----
>From: MATHIHALLI,MADHUSUDAN (HP-Cupertino,ex1) 
>Sent: Wednesday, July 16, 2003 3:25 PM
>To: ''; MATHIHALLI,MADHUSUDAN (HP-Cupertino,ex1)
>Subject: RE: [xslt] Help with compiling libxslt on HP-UX
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Daniel Veillard []
>>  Hum, seems the best is to switch to function signature to:
>>static int
>>xsltIsDigitZero(unsigned int ch)
>>  Honnestly I'm a bit lost on why the function should work with an 
>>xmlChar, seems it's testing against unicode values but it is used to 
>>test subsequent bytes in an xmlChar UTF-8 string. Maybe from an XSLT
>>point of view only ASCII is allowed there but the IsDigitZero test
>>is defined in term of Unicode code point. If this is the case then
>>changing the signature should be fine. Since it's static it should
>>not affect compatibility.
>It works - Thanks !.
>A following set of questions will be :
>(1) Can we just do the change and move on ?
>(2) I believe libxslt is designed with a ASCII POV. I say that 
>because, when I changed the definition of xmlChar to 
>"uchar_t", the libxslt would not compile. Is it intentional 
>designed that way ?
>(3) If (2) is correct, can we just live by checking for "0x30" 
>(DIGIT ZERO), instead of changing the input ?

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