MIngW32 whcar_t and no Characterset

Posted on 2010-11-26
Last Modified: 2012-05-10
anybody know the commands for Mingw32 do compile a lib with "treat wchar_t" and NotSet Characterset (Not Multibyte and not Unicode)?
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masheik earned 500 total points
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Refer this thread for wchar_t in mingw compiler

From the mingw website:
  The wide-character parts of the GCC Standard C++ Library (libstdc++) have not yet been fully ported to Windows, so you cannot use most of these features with MinGW. If you try to use things like




then you will probably get compiler or linker errors.

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Thanks, exact teh infos I needed.

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