Labels: Type-Defect Priority-Medium
New issue 157 by n...@chromium.org: win32's subprocess.cc doesn't compile
if UNICODE is defined.
subprocess.cc doesn't compile if UNICODE was defined, because it
passes a std::string to an interface that expects a wide character.
We should explicitly call the ASCII variant.
Regression starting with release 2.3.0.
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