------- Comment #2 from  2009-03-30 06:17 -------
>But how many DOS or Windows console apps in the real world output UTF-8? 
>Presumably not many, considering that no versions of DOS and only a few 
>versions of Windows support it.  There's also a causal loop in that even 
>modern Windows versions don't come with the console code page set to 65001 
>by default.  I don't know what is likely to break this loop, but I doubt 
>that the restrictiveness of one language's standard library is going to do 
There is PoshConsole
It's all .net and WPF, therefore UTF-16, but it's way different architecture
and interface.
BTW cmd has /u switch for (redirected) unicode output, I use it sometimes.


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