As for Version 8.4. It came to be used by Tom-san in strftime of Native-windowsAPI.
It is good improvement.! But, strftime of Native returns a result by CODEPAGE of
environment of operation by Windows with LC_TIME. In Japanese environment, return
value is SJIS(CP932). Then, SJIS(CP932) can't be chosen by SERVER_ENCODING.:-(
> In principle, I think this patch looks good.
> Do you (or somebody else) have an example where this breaks in an
> encoding where I can actually understand the characters, though ;-) That
> would make testing a whole lot easier...
> Also, the patch needs error checking. strftime() can fail, and the
> multibyte conversion functions can certainly fail. That will need to be