RE: Win32 clipboard and pasting unicode from other apps
>I finally found time to include the patch to support Unicode throughthe
>Win32 clipboard.The code you sent didnt seem to support surrogate pairs, unless
im mistaken. Not that they are particularily well supported in
windows, but they are supposed to be. Perhaps converting utf-8 to
utf-16 instead of ucs-2....
- Glenn Maynard wrote:
> > Can you check the changes for enc_codepage and send me a patch again?That has a catch 42 problem: I would like to test the whole thing before
> > Preferably against the current version with the Unicode clipboard patch
> > included.
> I'll run over it and send it again. It'd be easiest if you could commit
> the clipboard patch to CVS, so I can diff from there.
sending the patch into the world.
> > I'm actually more worried about plain mistakes in the code. I did someI didn't change the way it handles the clipboard. It's mostly the
> > cleaning up and could not test it all.
> I got it to apply (along with the strlen fix), and it's worked in a few
> cursory tests (copying and pasting JP text with enc=utf-8 and enc=cp932).
> I suspect you'll want more testing in 9x, which I can't do here ...
various conversions that need to be checked, including iconv().
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