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Tuesday 09 September 2003 Arabica

Many more CVS commits to null out wchar_t stuff for those platforms which don't support them. My test case is Cygwin, and my chum John is doing his best on Solaris. It seems unbelievable to me that a std::wstring doesn't exist on a modern operating system like Solaris, but it doesn't. Weird, huh?

Successful builds today are gcc 3.2.3 on Linux using libstdc++ with expat 1.95.2 and 1.95.6 (but see this), gcc 3.2.3 on Linux using libstdc++ and libxml2 2.5.9. I also built for Cygwin using 3.2 20020927 (prerelease) (that's what comes with the latest Cygwin release it seems) using libstdc++ and expat. (If someone can tell me the proper incantation to build .dlls and .libs on Cygwin I'd be grateful). Finally, I built on Windows 2000 with Visual C++.Net and MSXML.

Hurrah!
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