--- Comment #8 from Denis Shelomovskij <> 2012-09-12 
02:23:02 MSD ---
> Making it ubyte wouldn't solve anything, and you'd basically be
> arguing that ubyte should always be used instead of char in C bindings, and I
> don't think that you're going to find much traction on that.

IMHO it's a solution for such cases. Just my opinion.

> the w* functions aren't even available for anything in the C runtime

They are, by the way (see Issue 8643). MinGW also provides these functions. It
looks like they are 'unofficial' standard of C file IO on Windows.

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