Re: Feedback on the proposal to change U+FFFD generation when decoding ill-formed UTF-8

From: Philippe Verdy via Unicode <>
Date: Tue, 16 May 2017 16:10:52 +0200

2017-05-16 15:23 GMT+02:00 Hans Åberg <>:

> All current filsystems, as far as experts could recall, use octet
> sequences at the lowest level; whatever encoding is used is built in a
> layer above

Not NTFS (on Windows) which uses sequences of 16bit units. Same about
FAT32/exFAT within "Long File Names" (the legacy 8.3 short filenames are
using legacy 8-bit codepages, but these are alternate filenames used when
long filenames are not found, and working mostly like aliasing physical
links on Unix filesystems, as if they were separate directory entries,
except that they are hidden by default when their matching LFN are already
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