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Boost.Nowide
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config.hpp File Reference
#include <boost/config.hpp>
#include <boost/nowide/replacement.hpp>
#include <boost/version.hpp>

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Namespaces

 boost::nowide
 This namespace includes implementations of the standard library functions and classes such that they accept UTF-8 strings on Windows. On other platforms (i.e. not on Windows) those functions and classes are just aliases of the corresponding ones from the std namespace or behave like them.
 

Macros

#define BOOST_NOWIDE_USE_WCHAR_OVERLOADS   1
 Whether to use the wchar_t* overloads in fstream-classes. More...
 
#define BOOST_NOWIDE_USE_FILEBUF_REPLACEMENT   1
 Define to 1 to use the class from <filebuf.hpp> that is used on Windows. More...
 

Macro Definition Documentation

◆ BOOST_NOWIDE_USE_FILEBUF_REPLACEMENT

#define BOOST_NOWIDE_USE_FILEBUF_REPLACEMENT   1

Define to 1 to use the class from <filebuf.hpp> that is used on Windows.

When set to 0 boost::nowide::basic_filebuf will be an alias for std::basic_filebuf.

Affects boost::nowide::basic_filebuf, boost::nowide::basic_ofstream, boost::nowide::basic_ifstream, boost::nowide::basic_fstream

◆ BOOST_NOWIDE_USE_WCHAR_OVERLOADS

#define BOOST_NOWIDE_USE_WCHAR_OVERLOADS   1

Whether to use the wchar_t* overloads in fstream-classes.

Enabled by default on Windows and Cygwin as the latter may use wchar_t in filesystem::path.