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Re: Re: wxString.c_str()
> --- In kicad-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Wayne Stambaugh <stambaughw@...>
>> Has anyone tried using the (const wxChar *) cast operator? I've been
>> using it in Printf and the logging function calls and it appears to work
>> fine. It is just a typedef for wxString::const_pointer but it returns
>> the correct character type depending on the character set used in
>> wxWidgets. I like it because it is reasonably descriptive and it
>> appears to work with most versions of wxWidgets. Using the example
>> above, it is used as follows:
>> s.Printf( wxT( "%s" ), (const wxChar*) formatMe );
>> It also works with the gettext _() macro.
> Indeed but wxChar is going to be wiped in new versions, i think Dick was talking taking in consideration a more long term approach: changing code style to enhance code longevity and issues tomorrow.
> Please take a look to:
Thanks for the info. Looks like we'll have to support the differences
between 3.X and 2.8.x strings for the foreseeable future. I would have
thought the wxWidgets developers would have provided some solution that
was backwards compatible.