On Monday, 31 July 2017 17:40:52 CEST Richard W.M. Jones wrote: > +let unix_canonical_path path = > + let is_absolute = String.length path > 0 && path. = '/' in > + let path = String.nsplit "/" path in > + let path = List.filter ((<>) "") path in > + (if is_absolute then "/" else "") ^ String.concat "/" path > + > +(* Note that we cannot use iconv here because inside the appliance > + * all i18n databases are deleted. For the same reason we cannot > + * use functions like hivex_value_string, as they also use iconv > + * internally.
Are you sure? The iconv data are actually copied in the appliance (brought by glibc packages, usually) -- see also commit e73cd348c8a2786b5e9874dd1f96cf7bc36412f2 which included them again. A quick test here (on a sample file) using the `iconv` command line tool in virt-rescue worked, and correctly converted the encoding. -- Pino Toscano
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