GError location filename as wide chars

While going through filename bytes versus utf8 in my own program I
noticed this bit of GError which I think is currently concatting utf8
and bytes.

I expect anyone with non-ascii in the path to their perl code files is
probably asking for trouble, but I think a filename_display_name() would
at least get it displaying right.

It's a little tricky to test this.  I used the below in a
filename with some utf8, run in a utf8 locale.  Without
filename_display_name() the stringized bit gives an extra "A" etc, per
the usual odour of bad utf8 (or bad odour of utf8, as the case may be

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