Tim Shor wrote:
> Russian and Chinese do not show up,
Do you mean they don't show up in a console mode program? If so, of
course they don't. They're not in Latin-1. Read the Unicode chapter
in the user manual:
If you mean some other output device, which one? Can you make Russian
or Chinese characters show up on it without sending them through MySQL++?
> I used the utf8_to_win32_ansi function and I comented out the section
> where it converts strings back.
utf8_to_win32_ansi() doesn't revert any conversions. It makes two
conversions, so there are three different character spaces involved:
UTF-8, UCS-2, and ISO 8859-1 (Latin-1). There is no "back", so I don't
know what you are talking about.
> It was working in MySQL 5.0.3 Beta and in mysql++ 1.7.35 before, but
> I was not paying attention where it stopped working prior to the very
> last versions of mysql++ and MySQL 5.0.9
All the past versions of MySQL++ are available from the web site (if you
can't figure out their URLs, you have no business being a programmer) or
in the Subversion repository.
If you find a regression, it's then trivial to pinpoint where the change
occurred, with a binary search through the revision tree.
Help me help you.