Arno Garrels wrote:
> Francois Piette wrote:
> 
>> In your example, char #162 is replaced by "¢" in the html
>> output. This represent the cnet character whatever the code page is.
> 
> Actually that is the bug, since #162 is the cent sign in CP 1252 but
> not in CP 1251. This function is used to generate directory listings,
> most file names including characters above #128 will be wrong
> when the server does not run on Windows CP 1252.

Looking at the file listing IIS 5.1 returns:
Links are URL-encoded UTF-8 (as already added to Icsv7), but characters
above #127 in file names are plain, non-encoded ANSI characters with current 
default ANSI code page. There's no charset specified in both HTTP and HTML
header.

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