Unicode/Wide Char Font Support (Cleaner Pull Request) #64

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gmacd commented May 2, 2011

Another attempt to have the unicode changes submitted, hopefully with a less complicated merge.

Changes are:

  • Unicode support
  • Bake non-contiguous ranges of glyphs
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Unicode/Wide Char Font Support
Another attempt to have the unicode changes submitted, hopefully with a less complicated merge.

Changes are:
 - Unicode support
 - Bake non-contiguous ranges of glyphs
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gmacd Aug 22, 2011

Anyone interested in this or should I just cancel it?

gmacd commented Aug 22, 2011

Anyone interested in this or should I just cancel it?

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I'm interested in playing with it, though I haven't had the chance to yet. I'd say if you don't have a pressing reason to ditch it, don't. If you do, I can pull it into my repo on a spare branch.

Edit: adding @haggischan to hopefully notify you of this post.

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etinquis commented Aug 29, 2011

I'm interested in playing with it, though I haven't had the chance to yet. I'd say if you don't have a pressing reason to ditch it, don't. If you do, I can pull it into my repo on a spare branch.

Edit: adding @haggischan to hopefully notify you of this post.

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torleif Jan 4, 2012

You could use a string class to relieve casting headaches. irrlicht has a really tidy solution: http://irrlicht.sourceforge.net/docu/irr_string_8h_source.html

it's zlib so you'll be able to lift their source.

torleif commented Jan 4, 2012

You could use a string class to relieve casting headaches. irrlicht has a really tidy solution: http://irrlicht.sourceforge.net/docu/irr_string_8h_source.html

it's zlib so you'll be able to lift their source.

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