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Re: libstdc++/6410: Trouble with non-Ascii monetary symbols and wchar_t
- From: Paolo Carlini <pcarlini at unitus dot it>
- To: bkoz at gcc dot gnu dot org, bkoz at gcc dot gnu dot org, gcc-bugs at gcc dot gnu dot org, gcc-prs at gcc dot gnu dot org, nobody at gcc dot gnu dot org, pcarlini at unitus dot it, gcc-gnats at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Mon, 06 May 2002 17:08:05 +0200
- Subject: Re: libstdc++/6410: Trouble with non-Ascii monetary symbols and wchar_t
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>Synopsis: Trouble with non-Ascii monetary symbols and wchar_t
>Responsible-Changed-When: Mon May 6 07:54:31 2002
> Perhaps not really mine, but I'll pretend.
No, no... Definitely yours! ;-)
>State-Changed-When: Mon May 6 07:54:31 2002
> According to Ulrich's comments here:
> One solution would be to setlocale to de_DE@euro, for instance, in your testcase.
> I tried that, and it didn't work really well. Here's the patch I'm currently using. I don't really like it, one because it breaks the current library API, and two because it's not MT-safe. I think something like this might be useful just to the testsuites can be cleaned up, and then a solution for glibc 2.3/uselocale can be used (which won't break the API for 3.1)
> Sound like a plan?
Excellent! If you could read in my mind you would find exactly that
Please commit this, and I will finish cleaning up
22_locale/money_*_members.cc, as agreed, in the next few days.