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c++.windows.32-bits - _wmemmove not defined

reply Scott Michel <scottm aero.org> writes:
Walter:

In which library is this symbol supposed to be defined? The prototypes 
exist in string.h and wchar.h, but after grepping src and lib, I wasn't 
able to successfully find it.

Any clue?


-scooter
Jul 12 2004
parent reply "Walter" <newshound digitalmars.com> writes:
Hmm. Looks like I need to add it. -Walter

"Scott Michel" <scottm aero.org> wrote in message
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 Walter:

 In which library is this symbol supposed to be defined? The prototypes
 exist in string.h and wchar.h, but after grepping src and lib, I wasn't
 able to successfully find it.

 Any clue?


 -scooter

Jul 12 2004
parent reply Scott Michel <scottm aero.org> writes:
Walter wrote:

 Hmm. Looks like I need to add it. -Walter

I can get around it for the time being by tweaking STLport's stl_dm.h file. However, considering how unclean STLport's code becomes when wide character support is turned off and the outcry from the usual I18N suspects, I'll see if I can code up a small implementation to save you some work. -scooter
Jul 12 2004
parent Scott Michel <scottm aero.org> writes:
 I can get around it for the time being by tweaking STLport's stl_dm.h 
 file. However, considering how unclean STLport's code becomes when wide 
 character support is turned off and the outcry from the usual I18N 
 suspects, I'll see if I can code up a small implementation to save you 
 some work.

Walter: The Q&D hack would be something like: wchar_t *wmemmove(wchar_t *dst, wchar_t *src, size_t n) { return ((wchar_t *) memmove(dst, src, n * sizeof(wchar_t)); } I'm not sure what your specific code style looks like, but if it would be helpful, I'll cook something up for consideration in the next DMC beta. -scooter
Jul 15 2004