|Subject||Re: [IBO] What's the status on the Firebird 2 related fixes?|
> In addition to the event, you could choose to do UTF8 yourself,WideStrings store Unicode as 16-Bit words (UCS-2 or UTF-16, depending
> cause it's so standard. Would that be a WideString in Delphi speak?
on OS), UTF-8 stores Unicode as octet sequences. There is a type
definition in the System unit that goes:
UTF8String = type string;
// ^^^^^^ which is AnsiString
Please learn the difference between Unicode, WideStrings, UTF-8,
UTF-16, ANSI, Windows-1252 and ISO-8859-1 *before* *implementing*
anything that has to do with Character Sets.
If there's anything I can do to help with that, please let me know.
BTW: The Firebird Client already does transliteration so it's
questionable if IBO has to do it, too.