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Thanks Lars for the help.
> You could probably stub up a no-op codecvt and pass that in whereverI thought of this idea, but unfortunately, this would require the devs
> Boost.Filesystem has an default codecvt parameter.
to remember to pass in the stubbed codecvt implementation whenever
they create a filesystem::path object. I guess I could create a
helper function to return a path object, but then again, that would
require them to use my helper function. I don't think they would like
Is there a way to say, "always use this codecvt for all locales" ?
> As I understand it, your explosions is due to the codecvt()Correct. Whenever boost filesystem gets instantiated, it tries to get
> instantiation itself, not the actual use of it.
the default locale via the invocation std::locale("") which seems to
call the constructor for codecvt. If I was able to replace
std::locale("") with std::locale(), then I think my problem would be
solved because then this would force my customer's to set their locale
via std::locale::global(...) and let them handle the issue :)
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