Restore the "main" name since that is used everywhere else except for
Windows. On Windows, "main" is renamed via a macro to avoid a conflict
with "wmain" and to allow it to be called in cli_main.c.
For those wondering, GUI applications (such as Qt) have a different
entry point, namely WinMain. In Qt5, src/winmain/qtmain_win.cpp defines
WinMain, but seems to convert its arguments from Unicode to CP_ACP
(ASCII). It might not support UTF-8, but I did not verify this.
Petri-Dish: Peter Wu <email@example.com>
Reviewed-by: Anders Broman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
That means that code is only in one place, rather than having copies of
it in each of those programs.
CLI programs that, on Windows, should get UTF-8 arguments rather than
arguments in the local code page should:
include the top-level cli_main.h header;
define the main function as real_main();
be built with the top-level cli_main.c file.
On UN*X, cli_main.c has a main() program, and just passes the arguments
on to real_main().
On Windows, cli_main.c has a wmain() function that converts the UTF-16
arguments it's handed to UTF-8 arguments, using WideCharToMultiByte() so
that it doesn't use any functions other than those provided by the
system, and then calls real_main() with the argument count and UTF-8
Petri-Dish: Guy Harris <email@example.com>
Tested-by: Petri Dish Buildbot
Reviewed-by: Guy Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org>