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0000938aMuleFeature Requestpublic2006-07-27 17:412008-03-21 00:08
Ubuntu 6.06
0000938: Names of files are not utf-8
My current distro (Ubuntu 6.06) uses utf-8 as it's default encoding system. It seems that the names of the files are received from windows users in iso format, and aMule creates the files using those names that are not utf-8 valid.

I don't know if it's ubuntu's or aMule's problem, but I reported it to ubuntu with no answer, so I try here...
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Issue History
2006-07-27 17:41PolmacNew Issue
2006-07-27 17:41PolmacOperating System => Ubuntu 6.06
2006-08-19 19:40pcmasterNote Added: 0002090
2006-08-20 12:56KryNote Added: 0002091
2008-02-15 14:44usrNote Added: 0002564
2008-02-17 01:43XaignarNote Added: 0002566
2008-03-21 00:08XaignarStatusnew => resolved
2008-03-21 00:08XaignarFixed in Version => SVN
2008-03-21 00:08XaignarResolutionopen => fixed
2008-03-21 00:08XaignarAssigned To => Xaignar

2006-08-19 19:40   
Same issue using gentoo. When i try to download a file with has accented letters in the name, thesse letters are changed, for example, a lowercase accented i (í) is displayes as a uppercase A with diaeresis (Ä).
2006-08-20 12:56   
I'll make an option to use local encoding isntead of fixed ISO8859-1 as it's now on ed2k.
2008-02-15 14:44   
The same problem in Kubuntu 6.06, 6.10, 7.04 and 7.10.

Launchpad report: [^]
2008-02-17 01:43   
Should be fixed in current SVN. Please test and report back. :)