codebrainz commented on this pull request.
> @@ -1032,4 +1032,31 @@ gchar *win32_get_user_config_dir(void)
return g_build_filename(g_get_user_config_dir(), "geany", NULL);
+void win32_make_argc_and_argv_in_utf8(gint *pargc, gchar ***pargv)
+ int num_arg;
+ LPWSTR *szarglist = CommandLineToArgvW(GetCommandLineW(), &num_arg);
+ char **utf8argv = g_new0(char *, num_arg + 1);
+ int i = num_arg;
+ utf8argv[i] = g_utf16_to_utf8((gunichar2 *)szarglist[i], -1,
NULL, NULL, NULL);
IMO, it would be cleaner if it didn't hardcode UTF-16 assumptions. While it's
highly unlikely to change any time soon, Win32 does provide functions to
convert to/from various encodings to its native "wide" encoding without
hard-coding what that is.
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