Well? as I know to support Unicode with W9x user must install Microsoft Layer
Information "version of MultiByteToWideChar is included in these operating
systems" is new for me.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Arno Garrels" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "ICS support mailing" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 24, 2008 11:15 AM
Subject: Re: [twsocket] NTLM Unicode bug and lazy fix
> Anatoly Podgoretsky wrote:
>> About support old OS I'm not sure, you must decide itself, realy such
>> computers no such more.
> I just read about MultiByteToWideChar() here
> "Windows 95/98/Me: A version of MultiByteToWideChar is included in these
> operating systems, but a more extensive version of the function is
> supported by the Microsoft Layer for Unicode."
> What the hell does that mean? Perhaps MultiByteToWideChar() alone were
> sufficient, though the old OS _may require the Microsoft Layer for
> Unicode? I got ConvertINetMultiByteToUnicode() from the mlang.dll running
> which also works in XP. But do we really need this overhead?
>> Also again about default parameters - what minimal Delphi Version ICS
>> must support, defaults not supported with early versions of Delphi,
>> but ICS support it's, except last ICS
>> Another aspect - for example I prefer use such functions not from
>> library but coded itself in own code. It's my preferation, that not
>> depend from internal realisation of any libraries.
> In this case it is required to handle NTLM authentication.
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