[vorbis] Re: UTF8, vorbiscomment, oggenc, and 'vcedit.c'
g_ogg at zewt.org
Fri Jan 11 14:33:08 PST 2002
On Fri, Jan 11, 2002 at 12:27:36PM -0500, Peter Harris wrote:
> umlaut-u in wchar_t *argv appears as superscript-n when wprintf()ed
That seems to mean they're doing some weird conversion that we can't
really fix. It might be worth adding a @file option (read arguments),
which is always in UTF-8, so that scripts that want to interface with
this always have at least one reliable way of getting these characters
through. (Or perhaps in the locale/codepage encoding, I'm not sure.)
> unmodified. (No underscore; wprintf is ANSI/ISO C, not a Microsoft
Well, MS's docs say "_wprintf", at least in my version. No matter.
> > As for people writing programs to operate in the locale/codepage, I'm
> > not sure. I'll think about it.
> It's not easy to solve for Windows.
It's a *little* easier in GUI apps, where you don't have to deal with
argv weirdness nor with the console codepage.
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