Console codepage setting via chcp?

Corinna Vinschen corinna-cygwin@cygwin.com
Sun Sep 27 16:24:00 GMT 2009


On Sep 27 23:25, IWAMURO Motonori wrote:
> Hi.
> 
> I had read the thread, but I don't well understand what you want to decide now.
> 
> * Isn't there opposite to the following specifications?
> 
> > - System objects will always be *initially* translated using UTF-8. This
> >  includes file names, user names, and initial environment variables.
> > - By setting the locale environ variables you can switch the charset
> >  used to translate filenames on a per-process base.
> >  This would be only a stop-gap measure, to allow to re-use old archives
> >  or scripts.  Those should be converted to UTF-8 ASAP.  Expect complaints.

Basically, either the above, or just always UTF-8 for filenames
everywhere, every time.  I have a local implementation now which
behaves according to the above proposal.

> > - The "C" locale's charset will be UTF-8.
> > - There'll be language-neutral "C.<charset>" locales.
> > - The user's ANSI codepage will remain the default charset for
> > "language_TERRITORY" locales.
> > - The console charset will be set according to LC_ALL/LC_CTYPE/LANG
> >  at the time the application starts.
> 
> * Is other issue of existing only the thread "Lone surrogates in UTF-8?"?
>  (Does the thread exist in the ML archive page?)

Sorry, I don't understand the question.  But, yes, the thread exists
in the cygwin-developers mailing list archives.


Corinna

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