Consider the code:
This would be used to read in an entire file. The problem is that when there are international characters, they become all messed up in the reading process.Code:FILE* f = fopen("settings.xml", "r"); char buf; fread(buf, 10240, 1, f); fclose(f);
Also, this is not my code. The tinyxml C++ library reads files this way and obviously it's causing me problems!
So I was wondering what the best way to fix this would be?
Preferably, I don't want to rewrite the tinyxml code, so workarounds are welcome.
As a last resort, I may rewrite parts of it, but then the question would be what the appropriate way to read files with international characters would be?
The file should be in UTF-8 (no leading bytes).