receiving std::wstring

Scott Wheeler wheeler at
Mon Jan 28 13:49:45 CET 2008

Daniel wrote:
> Hi all and thank you for a very good library.
> I have a small question that's probably pretty simple:
> I've been using taglib for a while and always been std::string in my 
> projects. But now I want to retrieve std::wstring instead.

This isn't particularly clear from the documentation, but you can use
std::copy or the the std::wstring constructor that takes an input and
output iterator.


TagLib::String foo = "foo";
std::wstring bar(foo.begin(), foo.end());


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