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Fri Oct 8 14:50:14 CEST 2004
Thomas Heller <theller at python.net> writes:
> The deeper issue is that the unicode stuff in ctypes is only compiled in
> when the Python header files define the HAVE_USABLE_WCHAR_T symbol. Of
> the systems I build and test on, only Windows defines this.
Since nobody else replied, I'll have to speak up here :-)
I'm running a stock Debian 'testing' Linux, which currently means
/usr/include/python2.3/pyconfig.h *does* define HAVE_USABLE_WCHAR_T.
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