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RE: perl utf8 help

From: Andreas Hauser <andy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 30 Oct 2004 01:52:47 -0000

smokinbert wrote @ Fri, 29 Oct 2004 13:15:42 -0500:
> >You might want to apply the rest of the patches in:
> >http://ftp.fortunaty.net/DragonFly/inofficial/patches/libc-widechar/
> >(You already applied the mklocal.patch so don't apply that)
> >
> >Also you need a terminal that is utf8 capable and a font
> >and then still the implementation is not complete.
> >
> >What did happen with ls before any patches?
> >How can i repeat the problem case ?
> >
> >Andy
> i applied all the patches, and i'm using a utf-8 terminal. don't try tell me 
> it's a problem on my end, it works with red hat for a long long time for all 
> my users. try making a file name with asia letters, go to google.co.kr and 
> copy paste some korea letters as a filename. ls show ???? before, now it 
> show junk. ls -w shows it just fine, and the same thing work on red hat, so 
> i think it something with the utf-8 encoding on dragonfly.

Try this one, it syncs ls (util.c) with FreeBSD, to add wc support:

Thankies for testing. And please don't take the mentioning of the needed
tools in a bad way, it wasn't meant as such. After i slept and thought about
it, it was obvious where the problem was.

Btw. which terminal are you using ? I have not found a perfect one yet.


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