I was curious if there is a reason that QMake does not, by default, define
both UNICODE *and* _UNICODE on Win32. A short explanation of the
difference here (I had to look it up myself):
I would think that if you're enabling Unicode for your application, you'd
want MS's "compatibility layer" to map to Unicode as well, wouldn't you?
(Yes, I realize that you "should" be using Qt's QString. But there are
times that you have to interface with non-Qt code, and I spend a fair bit
of time in those circumstances...)
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