[SDL] SDL_ttf - speed and internalisation
michael206 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 7 17:34:22 PDT 2006
This article may be helpful in clearing up your confusion about utf-6
On 4/3/06, Rainer Deyke <rainerd at eldwood.com> wrote:
> Konrad Bielak wrote:
> > OK, so here is the thought: convert the utf8 to utf16 so we can operate on
> > single glyphs. To convert we can use... libiconv library, it exists also for
> > Windows so cross-platform problem does not exists.
> > There's nothin` left but to code it now :)
> Using UTF-16 does not really buy you much. UTF-32 guarantees one code
> point per 32 bit unit. An abstract character may be made up of multiple
> code points, and an abstract character may be rendered as multiple
> glyphs. An abstract character may even be rendered differently
> depending on where it appears in the text.
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