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portaudio windows build - unicode versus multibyte char set versus not char set specified
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Stephane Poirier
2018-11-11 16:10:34 UTC
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Hi All,

Can portaudio library be built seemlessly specifying unicode char set or
multibyte char set?

I am asking the pros before trying.

Steph
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Dennis Towne
2018-11-12 20:28:24 UTC
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AFAIK portaudio works on raw byte data, so the question isn't applicable.
Post by Stephane Poirier
Hi All,
Can portaudio library be built seemlessly specifying unicode char set or
multibyte char set?
I am asking the pros before trying.
Steph
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OIFII.ORG
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Montreal, Quebec, H2X 2L1
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Ross Bencina
2018-11-13 05:24:40 UTC
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Dennis: The question is very applicable. It relates to how PortAudio
marshals device names.

Steph: In principle it should be "seamless" but I don't think you can
necessarily expect it to be bug-free with configurations other than
those used in the shipped build files (e.g. cmake and msvs project file).

In general, PortAudio aims to deliver UTF-8 device names to the client
irrespective of the build settings.

Ross.
Post by Dennis Towne
AFAIK portaudio works on raw byte data, so the question isn't applicable.
On Sun, Nov 11, 2018 at 8:11 AM Stephane Poirier
Hi All,
Can portaudio library be built seemlessly specifying unicode char set or
multibyte char set?
I am asking the pros before trying.
Steph
Dennis Towne
2018-11-13 12:44:59 UTC
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I stand corrected; that hadn't occurred to me, and I didn't remember seeing
options for it the last time I set up the build system. Learn something
new every day.

Thanks.
Post by Ross Bencina
Dennis: The question is very applicable. It relates to how PortAudio
marshals device names.
Steph: In principle it should be "seamless" but I don't think you can
necessarily expect it to be bug-free with configurations other than
those used in the shipped build files (e.g. cmake and msvs project file).
In general, PortAudio aims to deliver UTF-8 device names to the client
irrespective of the build settings.
Ross.
Post by Dennis Towne
AFAIK portaudio works on raw byte data, so the question isn't applicable.
On Sun, Nov 11, 2018 at 8:11 AM Stephane Poirier
Hi All,
Can portaudio library be built seemlessly specifying unicode char set or
multibyte char set?
I am asking the pros before trying.
Steph
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