[Bug 12578] Set G_FILENAME_ENCODING

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------- Additional Comments From herzi at gnome-de.org  2005-07-17 19:29 UTC -------
Rhythmbox falls back to the filenames if no tags are set. Such a file can be
created like this:

gnomevfs-copy "file://$HOME/.bashrc" "file://$HOME/Massive%20T%F7ne%20-%20Cruisen"

The problem is that trying UTF-8 is a nice thing, but e.g. rhythmbox doesn't try
to fall back to something which can handle broken filenames (such as nautilus
does), rb just gives up and says "Invalid filename", which is not useful for the
user as he can't even find out which file rb is talking about as it also
displays "Invalid filename" in the properties window of the file.

This bug is rhythmbox bug: http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=309947

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