On Sat, Oct 11, 2008 at 8:27 PM, Arno Garrels <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Fastream Technologies wrote:
>> On Sat, Oct 11, 2008 at 6:24 PM, Arno Garrels <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>>> Fastream Technologies wrote:
>>>> Hello Arno,
>>>> If the function is ready, I would like to test it in our special
>>>> unit for HTML folder listings. Can you post it here or send
>>> Yes, I checked it in already. Install the TortoiseSVN client to get
>>> access to the ICS SVN repository.
>>> In Icsv6 URL encoding/decoding do not use UTF-8. The file names in
>>> directory listings are now _displayed_ correctly, but their links
>>> have not changed, they still are ANSI. I can easily change URL coding
>>> in v6 to UTF-8 as well, however I wonder whether that would break
>>> existing applications?
>> Would it not work in BCB2007?
> ICSv7 should work with CB2007 as ICSv6 before (or even better),
> So you could test the UTF-8 URL stuff in Icsv7.
>> Or is it just applications need to be
> IMO possible, though the server checks for valid UTF-8 URLs
> and decodes them as ANSI if a check failed. The server sends
> however always UTF-8 URLs (same as IIS always sends UTF-8 URLs
> regardless whether a client accepts UTF-8 or not).
>> In my view, since the client for parsing the html is 99%
>> IE/FF/Opera/Safari/Chrome which support UTF-8, there should be no
> With those clients there won't be IMO a problem, as long as the
> listed file names use only characters from the local default
> ANSI code page. If the server shall also list any possible Unicode
> file name you need CB2009 and ICSv7.
Do you mean the filepath parameter of the TFileStream should be
unicode/BCB2009 to be able to access files with chinese names when the
local codepage is Turkish or English? Is that what you mean?
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