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From "Johan R.-Ericson" <johan.r.eric...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Encodings, languages and filenames
Date Thu, 05 Oct 2006 14:00:48 GMT
Hello!

I apologise if this is an FAQ but I've tried finding an answer to this
question with the usual suspects (google, FAQs, mailing list archives) but
no such luck [granted, I may have unknowingly already stumbled across the
answer...].

I am having trouble with getting filenames to reproduce correctly when
uploading and later downloading from an Apache 2.0.55  (set with UTF-8 as
default) server on a Linux SLES 9 server.  I am using a simple PHP script to
upload the files, and generate an index.html page with a link to the
uploaded file.

This works fine as long as i stick to 7-bit ascii character filenames. As
soon as i start using charcters outside of that range I'm in trouble. I'm
currently testing swedish and chinese characters. The upload works OK. I can
see the files in the filesystem (represented correctly). Also, the filename
in the index.html file is correctly reproduced. However once I point my
browser to the index.html file my problem appears. If I simply click on the
link to the file (a jpg/png/bmp/gif file) it is downloaded to my client but
with a garbled name (I'm assuming the byte-code representation of the UTF-8
characters). If I right click and choose "save link as" / "save target as"
then the filename is represented correctly.

Does anyone have any suggestions as to what is happening and how to resolve
it?

TIA,
Johan

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