From: Julian Bradfield (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Dec 14 2009 - 14:19:27 CST
On 2009-12-14, John (Eljay) Love-Jensen <email@example.com> wrote:
> The Linux systems I've used just store bytes, and (other than '/' and
> null-terminator '\0') there is no requirement that the bytes for the
> component names be UTF-8.
> But since my Linux experience is a bit dated now, and maybe Linux's file
> system(s) are more UTF-8 or UTF-16 or UTF-32 savvy these days, as a
No. I don't think it fits very well with the Linux philosophy to
embrace Unicode fascism.
It would be a useful option to be able to enforce on a new file system,
but the option isn't available even in ext4, as far as I know.
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