Skip to content
Browse files
  • Loading branch information
icculus committed Mar 9, 2007
1 parent d532789 commit 048851d244a9c79785e1f3e682ba9507578905bf
Showing with 3 additions and 17 deletions.
  1. +3 −17 TODO
@@ -4,29 +4,15 @@ These are in no particular order.
Some might be dupes, some might be done already.

- BeOS: uses UTF-8 internally in the OS, so that's already done.
- PocketPC: uses UCS-2 internally in the OS, and we're currently converting to
and from ASCII. Need to change this out.
- Windows: Can use Unicode, but might only allow "codepages" ... Use
GetProcAddress() to find Unicode entry points on WinNT-based
systems, otherwise try to use a sane codepage.
- Mac Classic: apparently supports _something_, but I might just write it off
as a loss.
- OS/2: Codepages. No full Unicode in the filesystem, but we can probably make
a conversion effort.
- Linux: uses UTF-8 internally, so that's already done.
- Mac OS X: uses UTF-8 in the Unix layer, and is smart enough to convert
internally when needed.
- DIR: just pass UTF-8 strings through to platform layer.
- GRP: No Unicode (only 12 bytes for filename, 8.3 format). Legacy format.
- HOG: No Unicode (only 12 bytes for filename, 8.3 format). Legacy format.
- LZMA: Uses UTF-8 internally, so we're good to go.
- MIX: only stores filename HASHES...this driver is going away.
- MVL: No Unicode (only 12 bytes for filename, 8.3 format). Legacy format.
- QPAK: Only has 56 bytes for a path, but we can just treat these as
UTF-8 and be done with it.
- WAD: No Unicode (only 8 bytes for filename). Legacy format.
- ZIP: Uses UTF-8 internally, so it's good to go.
- Everywhere: Move stricmp() out of platform layer and make it grok UTF-8.

- Other archivers: perhaps tar(.gz|.bz2), RPM, ARJ, etc. These are less
@@ -66,14 +52,14 @@ Stuff:
- MIX grabs all archives that no other archivers claim.
- MIX enumerates files as hash values.
- Should file enumeration return an error or set error state?
- Ryanify pocketpc.c ...
- Update internal zlib?
- Need "getmountpoint" command in test_physfs.c ...
- Look for calloc() calls that aren't going through the allocation hooks.
- maybe other stuff.
- Is -Wall enabled?
- Make mutexes recursive, so callbacks can call into the API.
- Archivers need abstracted i/o to read from memory or files (archives in archives?)
- Move to CMake.

// end of TODO ...

0 comments on commit 048851d

Please sign in to comment.