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From: some dude on 4 Feb 2010 19:38
Pretty slick, can it be made portable?
From: Goran on 5 Feb 2010 05:48
On Feb 5, 1:38 am, some dude <n...(a)no.com> wrote:
> Pretty slick, can it be made portable?
What, to port to e.g. Unix clone? Haha, good one. No, not with MFC^.
^ Technically, it _is_ possible - just ;-) port relevant MFC parts to
another window manager (or make one for your target platform.
From: some dude on 5 Feb 2010 07:28
I tried Qt the other day. QString AString = L"string"; was an error.
From: Giovanni Dicanio on 5 Feb 2010 07:37
"some dude" <no(a)no.com> ha scritto nel messaggio
> I tried Qt the other day. QString AString = L"string"; was an error.
Reading from here:
it seems to me that QString offers a constructor which takes a const char *,
but not a wchar_t*...
From: Giovanni Dicanio on 5 Feb 2010 07:46
> it seems to me that QString offers a constructor which takes a const char
> *, but not a wchar_t*...
Or to be more accurate, the QChar * (i.e. Unicode version) constructor takes
an additional size parameter:
BTW: As Mihai several times wrote here, the best thing to do for
internationalization is to put string literals in resources instead of
embedding them in source code.