jhaygood at spsu.edu
Sat Nov 25 21:45:55 PST 2006
I guess you can, it works great and much faster J. BTW, thanks for all the
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[mailto:webkit-dev-bounces at lists.webkit.org] On Behalf Of Justin Haygood
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Can you do memcpy with a UChar* ?
From: Maciej Stachowiak [mailto:mjs at apple.com]
Sent: Sunday, November 26, 2006 12:28 AM
To: Justin Haygood
Cc: webkit-dev at lists.webkit.org
On Nov 25, 2006, at 9:20 PM, Justin Haygood wrote:
I'm currently working on a project to embed JSCore (chosen since I was
fairly familiar with it, it was C++, and its blazing fast on Windows) into
an app to replace Perl as the company I work for's language of choice for
quick and dirty scripting. Since we have a massive library of Win32 code to
use with it, I was wondering:
You don't need the ZeroMemory, and instead of the copy loop you could try
Is there a quick way to convert a KJS::UString to an array of Unicode shorts
(aka LPCWSTR in Win32 speak).
I came up with the much hackish solution below that works, but seems to me
to be really inefficient:
// Convert from UString to LPCWSTR.
// FIXME: Find a better solution if possible
// TODO: Convert into global C style function if above FIXME becomes
const UChar* data = ustring.data();
int length = ustring.size();
WCHAR* winstringp = new WCHAR[length+1];
for( int i = 0; i < length; i++) winstrinpg[i] = data[i].unicode();
winstringp[length] = '\0';
LPCWSTR winstring = winstringp;
If someone can think of a better way, that would be totally awesome.
Justin Haygood | Software Engineer | EyeWonder, Inc.
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