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Re: fopen with UTF-8 chars in filenames
On Thu, Mar 16, 2006 at 01:21:28PM -0700, Cary Jamison wrote:
>Christopher Faylor wrote:
>>On Tue, Mar 14, 2006 at 05:53:14PM -0700, Cary Jamison wrote:
>>>Paul J. Lucas wrote:
>>>>Is this known to work (or not work)? Apparently, it doesn't.
>>>>FYI: I'm writing JNI code. The strings passed from Java to C are
>>>>UTF-8. A string containing a non-ASCII character, e.g., an 'e' with an
>>>>accent, works fine with fopen() under Mac OS X. The same JNI code
>>>>under Cygwin fails.
>>>I'm not positive about this, but you may have to convert the UTF-8 to
>>>UTF-16 (Windows unicode) and call wfopen() instead of fopen(). But
>>>wfopen() is a Windows call, not a cygwin call :-(
>>Which would strongly imply that calling wfopen was not the right
>>solution for Cygwin.
>>This is sort of like asking for an expert legal opinion on US law and
>>quoting Canadian law...
>True, but at least I gave him options; no one else responded with even
>a 'not possible on cygwin.'
I don't know if doing what the OP wants is possible on Cygwin but it is
hard to see that proposing an option that won't work with Cygwin would
be particularly useful.
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