Beeing subscribed to the fd32-commit list, I see your change to the fat module.
However the sf server still doesnt have it after one week.
(look at http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/freedos-32/fd32/modules/fat/ )
I can apply the patch myself,
but I think Sourceforge should be warned about this.
--- Salvatore Isaja <salvois@...> a écrit :
> Update of /cvsroot/freedos-32/fd32/modules/fat
> In directory sc8-pr-cvs1.sourceforge.net:/tmp/cvs-serv21901
> Modified Files:
> Log Message:
> Short file names returned by the DOS find API backends are not converted to UTF-8 any longer.
> This used to cause -ENAMETOOLONG with non-ASCII characters. The character set used by the caller
> (the DPMI driver) is assumed to be the same as the character set used to store short names in
> the FAT volume, hence no conversion is currently done. This will be changed in the future
> allowing a different character set for the caller.
> Hanzac, please let me know if this helps in using file names with Chinese characters (although
> displayed with symbols from the default system font).
> Index: dos.c
Sylvain Petreolle (aka Usurp)
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On Thursday 13 April 2006 12:18, Sylvain Petreolle wrote:
> I can apply the patch myself,
> but I think Sourceforge should be warned about this.
This is a known issue, see http://sourceforge.net/docs/A04/
Sorry for the problem.