Make the 'struct video' contain an array of unicode characters rather than bytes

This is disgusting.  And quite frankly, it's debatable whether this will
ever work.  The "line" structure is still just an array of characters,
so that has to work with utf-8.

But the 'struct video' thing is what represents the actual screen
rectangle, and is fixed-size by the size of the screen.  So making it
contain actual 32-bit unicode characters *may* make sense.

Right now we translate things the same way we always used to, though, so
utf-8 in 'struct line' will not be translated to the proper unicode
array, but to the bytes of the utf-8 representation.  So this really
doesn't improve anything per se yet, just expands the memory use of the
video array.

Signed-off-by: Linus Torvalds <torvalds@linux-foundation.org>
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