Request for Discussion: SAX 1.0 in C++
john.aldridge at informatix.co.uk
Tue Jan 4 17:13:34 GMT 2000
At 08:40 21/12/99 +0100, you wrote:
>>>>>> roddey at us.ibm.com:
>> John is absolutely correct. It *must* be wchar_t if its going to be
>> a fixed thing.
>Please note that John was advocating std::wstring, rather than
Er, sort of. I _do_ advocate std::wstring, but that's independent of the
point I was making here. I can live with wchar_t* if the consensus is that
std::wstring is either too slow or too poorly supported.
What I'd find difficult is a typedef SAXChar which could be "unsigned
short", because that would be a real bore to code to.
std::basic_string<SAXChar> would be just as bad.
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