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Re: Is windows platform (Win 2000/Win XP/Win 2003 Server) supported by G
Re: Is windows platform (Win 2000/Win XP/Win 2003 Server) supported by GNU Libidn?
Wed, 09 Nov 2005 15:23:44 +0100
Gnus/5.110004 (No Gnus v0.4) Emacs/22.0.50 (gnu/linux)
"Pieush Nautiyal" <address@hidden> writes:
> Would that mean that for Libiconv the tested compilers are only Cygwin
> and Mingw32 for the Windows platform?
Hi again. No, I don't know that. I would expect Libiconv to work on
Windows using cygwin or mingw32 with little or no changes. It may be
the case that it has also been ported to VC, but I don't know that.
> Pieush Nautiyal
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> Subject: Re: Is windows platform (Win 2000/Win XP/Win 2003 Server)
> supported by GNU Libidn?
> "Pieush Nautiyal" <address@hidden> writes:
>> 1. Is windows platform (Win 2000/Win XP/Win 2003 Server) supported
>> by GNU Libidn? If yes, what are the steps for including Libidn library
>> in a VC 6.0 project?
> Hi! Thanks for your interest in libidn. Windows is supported by GNU
> Libidn, tested compilers are Cygwin and Mingw32. There are no
> instructions on how to include it in a VC project, but since this is
> ANSI C89 source code, incorporating it should not be difficult. If
> you come up with something, please consider to contribute it back to
> us so that others can benefit from your work.
>> 2. I want to convert Mac Roman characters to Unicode characters for
>> a VC 6.0 application. Can this be done using GNU Libidn?
> LibIDN uses Libiconv to do charset conversion. While you can use
> LibIDN for this, you could just as well use Libiconv directly.