Re: Nautilus and unicode



On Sun, 29 Sep 2002, Luca Rosellini wrote:

> Hello
> I've compiled gnome2.0.0 using garnome
> The problem is that Nautilus does not show chars like: Ó Ŕ Ú ...
> and the file name apperas like:
> 
> identit?.ext (invalid Unicode)
> 
> instead of 
> 
> identitÓ.ext
> 
> Do I miss some library or what else?

Gnome 2 uses unicode (utf8) filenames by default. If you want to use 
locale-dependent filenames you need to export G_BROKEN_FILENAMES.

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