Re: Let's discuss about unicode compositions for filenames!
2012/2/17 Vincent Lefevre <vincent-svn_at_vinc17.net>:
> On 2012-02-17 13:54:35 +0900, Hiroaki Nakamura wrote:
>> Actually, whether filename is in NFC or NFD depends on the way of
>> inputting filenames.
>> If you type all characters, it is in NFC.
> No, or actually, perhaps this depends on the user configuration
> (e.g. keyboard configuration / input method). Here's from an old
> mail I wrote:
> I don't use Terminal (except sometimes for testing) because I don't
> like its UI. It is possible to type characters with dead keys, but
> they are entered in the NFD form. That's another reason why I don't
> use Terminal, because many applications don't support the combining
> characters very well.
> And it seems that other users had similar problems. I've seen a
> report from someone seeing a difference between Apple's Terminal
> and iTerm when typing his password, which had a non-ASCII character.
Thanks for pointing me out. I used Terminal and Google Japanese
Input on Lion. So, it depends on the user configuration.
)Hiroaki Nakamura) hnakamur_at_gmail.com
Received on 2012-02-17 15:10:09 CET
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