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using xlocale to implement std::locale class
- From: Takeshi Kobayakawa <tskoba at tskoba dot mydns dot jp>
- To: libstdc++ at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Wed, 04 May 2011 12:58:22 +0900
- Subject: using xlocale to implement std::locale class
Are there any effort to handle std::locale class with xlocale(extended
locale support)? (here, xlocale.h has nothing to do with XLib' Xlocale.h)
I found a few people pointing out the possibities these couple of years,
but there are no codes in libstdc++ trees. Are there any difficulties,
or just not tried yet?
I am a navite linux programmers, but when I tried to port my code to
darwin(MacOSX), I found one can not create locale object other than "C"
locale. The libstdc++ seems to deal with darwin, so I would like to see
std::locale object working better on darwin.