On 07.09.2005 04:08, Reed Hedges wrote:
> Why use wxConvCurrent instead of wxConvUTF8?  I got the impression from
> the wx docs that wxConvCurrent depends on the (GUI) platform, so on a
> unicode platform you'd be telling it your strings from VOS were unicode,
> when they aren't.  I only read the wx docs with a normal depth, no
> backwards bending, maybe I am wrong :)

Considering that the converter is used to convert Unicode -> multibyte,
wxConvCurrent makes no sense... I interpreted that wxConvCurrent would
represent the current singlebyte/multibyte character set of the GUI
(e.g. Latin-1 on many western systems).


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