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MIngW32 whcar_t and no Characterset

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Hello,
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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Ocrana
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Refer this thread for wchar_t in mingw compiler

 http://www.mingw.org/category/wiki/wchar_t
 http://www.mingw.org/wiki/The_linker_consistently_giving_undefined_references
 http://www.mingw.org/wiki/wide_characters
 http://www.stlport.org/

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

std::wcout

or

basic_string<wchar_t>

then you will probably get compiler or linker errors.
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Thanks, exact teh infos I needed.
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