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Re: Unable to open files including Korean names

On Jun 14 20:12, Jaeho Shin wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 13, 2004 at 02:55:23PM -0400, Pierre A. Humblet (XXXXXX.XXXXXXX@XXXX.XXX) wrote:

Please don't quote raw email addresses in a reply!

> > Your original mail stated
> > "I did some test and found out that ``every file whose path includes
> > Korean characters weren't openable.''  Still, I could move arround those
> > paths from my shell, and get the file/directory listings with "ls"
> > normally. I could still create directories with Korean names. "
> > 
> > That would indicate that it's not the path handling code, but the use
> > of NtCreateFile in 1.5.10. 
> > Can you "ls -l" those paths?
> Sorry about my complaints against you.  I misunderstood ``path
> handling'' as everything done when openning files with paths in Cygwin.
> Yes, I can "ls -l" them, so the problem is really in the file openning
> part, not the path handling. :)

I'm under the impression, the important difference is that Cygwin does the
MultiByte to WideChar conversion instead of Windows itself.

Could you please add "codepage:oem" to your CYGWIN environment variable
and try again?  Does that change the behaviour?


Corinna Vinschen                  Please, send mails regarding Cygwin to
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