Subject: Re: P2194R0 The character set of C++ source code is Unicode
From: Alisdair Meredith (alisdairm_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-08-24 11:29:08
Minor suggestion on the wording,
You strike the mapping of non-basic source code characters to
universal-character-name, including the cross-reference to such
mappings reverting in raw string literals (5.4). I suggest making
a matching edit to strike the reference in (5.4)p3 as well, so that
the only thing reverted is line splicing in phase 2.
That said, with these changes, I am curious what the difference
is between a u8 string literal and a plain âcharâ string literal, as
the contents of that literal are now going to be unicode source
Text (rather than requesting a mapping from source to unicode
of literalâs contents)?
> On Aug 24, 2020, at 08:31, Peter Brett via SG16 <sg16_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Hi all,
> In this week's meeting, we are going to discuss the remaining
> proposals from P2178R1 "Misc lexing and string handling improvements".
> In particular, we will discuss proposal 9:
> Proposal 9: Reaffirming Unicode as the character set of the
> internal representation
> In anticipation of a lively discussion, Corentin and I have written a
> short new paper which will be appearing in the September mailing.
> P2194R0 The character set of C++ source code is Unicode
> We hope that the study group finds this contribution helpful and
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