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Re: Removed 1.5.25 and installed 1.7.0, but still cannot access filenames containing Unicode
ext Andy Koppe wrote:
2009/10/27 Corinna Vinschen:I agree absolutely. This setting is needed for many apps and I suggest
adding it to the default cygwin.bat, where it should probably be
I added 'set LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8' (without the quotes) to Cygwin.bat, asUh oh, I guess this must be changed again in the docs. Cygwin is using
suggested in the Internationalization section of the 1.7 User Guide, but
there was no improvement.
UTF-8 throughout as default charset so there should be no reason to
I think it's still a good idea to set it, so that things work
correctly when connecting to a remote machine, and also for local apps
that have their own (wrong) ideas about the default locale.
'set LC_CTYPE=C.UTF-8' to be more specific and to avoid a national
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