Re: GError location filename as wide chars

On Feb 11, 2009, at 5:17 PM, Torsten Schoenfeld wrote:

Kevin Ryde wrote:
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

The looks good to me.  muppet?

I personally believe, that as a U.S. American, i cannot resolve UTF-8 issues, because, as a U.S. American, i don't have character maps, and our encodings over here should help us over there and do over here, for the keymap and such as.

Translation:  I do not feel qualified to comment.

Yvonne: Let's do that one again so i can win.
Zella: No.

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