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new module 'uchar'

From: Bruno Haible
Subject: new module 'uchar'
Date: Tue, 31 Dec 2019 19:43:34 +0100
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This patch series adds support for the <uchar.h> header file.

The functions mbrtoc32 and c32rtomb to come...

I don't plan to implement mbrtoc16 and c16rtomb, because the only use
I can see for them is to support programs which assume Windows-style
UTF-16 encoding in wide characters on POSIX systems, which is silly.

2019-12-31  Bruno Haible  <address@hidden>

        uchar: Add C++ tests.
        * tests/test-uchar-c++.cc: New file.
        * tests/test-uchar-c++2.cc: New file.
        * modules/uchar-c++-tests: New file.

        uchar: Add tests.
        * tests/test-uchar.c: New file.
        * modules/uchar-tests: New file.

        uchar: New module.
        * lib/uchar.in.h: New file.
        * m4/uchar.m4: New file.
        * modules/uchar: New file.
        * doc/posix-headers/uchar.texi: Mention the new module.

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