std::(w/u16/u32)string support

because this is surprisingly hard using standard C++

Individuals using Visual Studio 2015, or on Windows with the VC++ and MinGW compilers (possibly Clang++ on Windows as well) have <codecvt> headers, and thusly Sol will attempt to include it. Individuals on GCC 4.9.x, Clang 3.5.x, Clang 3.6.x do not seem to have <codecvt> shipped with the standard library that comes with installation of these compilers. If you want std::wstring, std::u16string, std::u32string automatic handling then you need to make sure you have those headers and then define SOL_CODECVT_SUPPORT on unsupported compilers.

ThePhD did not want this to have to be a thing, but slow implementations and such force their hand. When GCC 7.x comes out, ThePhD will consider removing the effect of defining this macro and leaving <codecvt> support in at all times.

GCC 7.x is now out, and its codecvt support seems to work in it as well. We will be removing the conditional SOL_CODECVT support and deprecating support for GCC 4.x.x, Clang 3.5.x, and Clang 3.6.x in releases past sol2 v2.17.5