SAX/C++: UTF-8 v UTF-16
david at megginson.com
Mon Dec 6 11:40:40 GMT 1999
Michael Fuller writes:
> James Clark wrote:
> > David Megginson wrote:
> > > 4. Hold my nose and use UTF-8 rather than UTF-16, for compatibility
> > > with most existing C++ code.
> > I would say there was at least as much C++ code using UTF-16 as using UTF-8.
> > There are a couple of possible solutions:
> > 1. A lo-tech solution. Provide a SAXChar typedef [...]
> > 2. A hi-tech solution. [use templates]
> 3. Use a similar solution to the Java spec: provide both a ByteStream
> and a CharacterStream in InputSource, which has two benefits.
Unfortunately, the problem is not input from the document but output
to the client.
All the best,
David Megginson david at megginson.com
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