On Jan 6, 2009, at 8:35 AM, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
2009/1/6 the Adib wrote:
> Maybe it would be good not to localize the entries but to translate
> inside the code, so that Chinese is always displayed in chinese
> letters, Russian always using the Cyrillic, German always as
> "Deutsch". So the native speaker will recognize quite soon.
Sounds good to me, with the only exception that gcc will swear like
hell about use of Unicode in source code.
So don't use literal Unicode values, just escapes, etc.
Source code should remain pure ASCII (0-127) characters.