olivier.hallot at documentfoundation.org
Sun Mar 18 06:06:23 PDT 2012
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I put forefront that I am a newbie on C++ so, forgive me if I ask things
too basic or dumb. I was looking into the replacement of String by
OUString/OUStringBuffer in some parts of the code (starmath).
First, I'd like a pointer on a text/discussion on why this is
Secondly, as expected, some of the members of class String don't exist
in O[U]String[Buffer]. Therefore I was advised by Norbert to create the
member in the classes where I need them. So far, so good.
But such critical class, used all over the code, need a bit more care
and sponsorship, so with the specific case of
STRING::SearchBackward(...), is it OK to add a new member in
rtl::OUStringBuffer? If so, is it OK to clone STRING:SearchBackward(...)
Any better idea?
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