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Changeset 28a5ebd in mainline for boot/arch/arm64/src/main.c


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Timestamp:
2020-06-18T15:39:50Z (18 months ago)
Author:
Martin Decky <martin@…>
Branches:
lfn, master
Children:
ce52c333
Parents:
4f663f3e
Message:

Use char32_t instead of wchat_t to represent UTF-32 strings

The intention of the native HelenOS string API has been always to
support Unicode in the UTF-8 and UTF-32 encodings as the sole character
representations and ignore the obsolete mess of older single-byte and
multibyte character encodings. Before C11, the wchar_t type has been
slightly misused for the purpose of the UTF-32 strings. The newer
char32_t type is obviously a much more suitable option. The standard
defines char32_t as uint_least32_t, thus we can take the liberty to fix
it to uint32_t.

To maintain compatilibity with the C Standard, the putwchar(wchar_t)
functions has been replaced by our custom putuchar(char32_t) functions
where appropriate.

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  • boot/arch/arm64/src/main.c

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    9999 *
    100100 * @param ch Character to display.
    101  */
    102 void putwchar(wchar_t ch)
     101 *
     102 */
     103void putuchar(char32_t ch)
    103104{
    104105        if (ch == '\n')
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