Bram de Greve
bram.degreve at gmail.com
Fri Jan 25 16:39:24 CET 2008
Bram de Greve wrote:
> Remember that you need to encode the unicode string into a narrow
> character string at some point. So you'll have to pick an encoding.
> Either ASCII and throw exceptions when non-ASCII characters are found
> (or ANSI or whatever). Not a big problem as any encoding function will
> throw that exception for you. Or encode as UTF-8 ...
Of course, you should first investigate if there's any particular
encoding the PROJ.4 library is expecting. I presume that will not be
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