> I'm against to write into the registry from a demo application.

OK, so nobody likes the suggestion :(

> I agree with Angus points.
> As work around, can you transform the unicode strings to UTF-8 before
> write it into the ini file?

That's IMO not worth the effort, I was searching for a very simple 
solution that took not more than a few minutes to change everything.

--
Arno Garrels 


Maurizio Lotauro wrote:
> Scrive Arno Garrels <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> 
>> Hi,
>> 
>> Since Delphi and ICS goes Unicode I suggest to replace
>> TIniFile by TRegIniFile in all demo applications.
>> TInifile uses Win32 API functions which do not support
>> Unicode, any string is converted to ANSI implicitly.
>> TMemIniFile won't be a solution since Delphi 2009 UPD 1
>> did not fix a bug with UTF-8, even if TMemIniFile was able
>> handle UTF-8 correctly, how would you manually maintain,
>> for example, a UTF-8 file name?
>> So I suggest to use the registry with a key under HKCU
>> Software\FPiette\ICS\Demos\ instead, thast would resolve
>> problems with UAC in Vista as well.
>> 
>> What do you think?
> 
> I'm against to write into the registry from a demo application.
> I agree with Angus points.
> As work around, can you transform the unicode strings to UTF-8 before
> write it into the ini file?
> 
> 
> Bye, Maurizio.
> 
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