Hi,

In message "Re: Unicode"
    on Tue, 18 Sep 2007 00:50:36 +0900, Todd Burch <promos / burchwoodusa.com> writes:

|I'm new to C programming, but not new to programming.  Therefore, my 
|assumption (yes, assumption) was that using whatever compiler swithes 
|were necessary to accept the old-style syntax would obviate the 
|opportunity to bring in "modern" libraries with unicode support, and/or 
|prohibit those aspects of the language that would enable the use of 
|unicode features.

Even though the old style has some drawbacks (less type checks for
example), it does not have any linkage problem you've worried.

							matz.