Opened 13 years ago

Last modified 6 years ago

#2830 closed Feature request

UTF-8 directory/filename encoding

Reported by: kakadu266 Owned by:
Priority: normal Component: FileZilla Server
Keywords: Cc: kakadu266, Tim Kosse
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Description

I'd like to support FileZilla the UTF-8 / unicode directory- and filename-encoding for internationalization. (I'm from Hungary :-)

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Snap_2008-01-06_14-16-34.gif (30.9 KB ) - added by kakadu266 13 years ago.
Snap_2008-01-06_14-17-22.gif (30.9 KB ) - added by kakadu266 13 years ago.
And here is the correct filenames

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Change History (11)

comment:1 by Tim Kosse, 13 years ago

It already supports UTF-8

by kakadu266, 13 years ago

comment:2 by kakadu266, 13 years ago

My Filezilla Server is showing not good some hungarian characters (ÁÉÍÓÖŐÚÜŰáéíóöőüúű). The attached file is showing it. If the Server support UTF-8, then what's the problem? :-(
My server: kakadu.serveftp.com (user: test, pass: test)
File Added: Snap_2008-01-06_14-16-34.gif

by kakadu266, 13 years ago

And here is the correct filenames

comment:3 by kakadu266, 13 years ago

File Added: Snap_2008-01-06_14-17-22.gif

comment:4 by Tim Kosse, 13 years ago

It looks like you're using Total Commander as client. Please note that Total Commander does _not_ support UTF-8.

comment:5 by kakadu266, 13 years ago

The other server is functioning well with TC (v.7.02a). Why?
I will look it in the Gishler's forum...

Many thanks your help.

comment:6 by Tim Kosse, 13 years ago

http://wiki.filezilla-project.org/Character_Set

Whatever encoding your other server uses, if it appears to look fine with TC, it's not UTF-8.

comment:7 by kakadu266, 13 years ago

The filnames appears to look fine in Filezilla Client.
Ghisler wrote: TC is supporting the UTF-8 encoding in TC-Lister, but doesn't it in other user interfaces.
How am I resolving the TC shows well it too? Have You got an idea? FileZilla Server is supporting other encoding methodes (for example: Windows 1250 codepage, stb.)?

comment:8 by Tim Kosse, 13 years ago

A broken client may send the OPTS UTF8 OFF command to disable UTF-8 temporarily.

comment:9 by kakadu266, 13 years ago

Oh! Very fine and great! It's functionaling! Thank You! :-)

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