non UTF-8 locale / Gtk / non Gtk app / filenames with accents
eschaeffer at emahoo.com
Thu Sep 30 23:14:52 UTC 2004
Le vendredi 01 octobre 2004 à 00:46 +0200, Sebastien Bacher a écrit :
> Le vendredi 01 octobre 2004 à 00:32 +0200, Eric SCHAEFFER a écrit :
> According to /usr/share/doc/libgtk2.0-0/README.gz:
> " If you have filenames encoded in the encoding of your locale, then
> you may want to set the G_FILENAME_ENCODING environment variable:
> export G_FILENAME_ENCODING"
Thank's. I didn't know where to look for..
> > 2/ Ubuntu team should do something (Firebird and OpenOffice aren't in
> > universe ;)
> Planned for the next release.
> -> "System level changes (change immediately as Hoary is opened)
> * UTF-8 from the ground up"
But if I reconfigure locales on my warty install to have fr_FR.UTF-8 as
the default one, will I have problems with console programs ?
> > Before I install Ubuntu, I was under Debian sid, with fr_FR.UTF-8 at euro
> UTF-8 at euro is a bug since UTF-8 has an euro symbol, you should use
> fr_FR.UTF-8 (http://bugzilla.ubuntu.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1755)
Good to know. Thank's.
> Sebastien Bacher
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