Php file system functions seem to hate unicode paths or filenames. I was working on generic download script and it works fine for regular ascii(?) files but when i tried a unicode-named file it failed.
$file1 = c:\blah\I've Sound [Air] $BD;$N;m(B(Lia).mp3 $file2 = c:\blah\bleh.mp3 readfile, fopen, filesize etc... fail on $file1, but succeed on $file2. consider the following: $fn = $_POST["filename"]; $enfn = urlencode($_POST["filename"]); header ("Content-type: octet/stream"); header ("Content-disposition: attachment; filename=".basename($encfn).";"); header ("Content-Length: ".filesize($fn)); //fails readfile($fn); //fails exit; is unicode support in filesystem functions non-existant or am i doing something wrong? is there a work around? -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php