Fastream Technologies wrote:
 
>> 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?
 
Yes, but that's just one requirement, you also need to call the 
w-versions of the Win32 API to create the file listing, 
FindFirstFileW() and FindNextFileW(). 

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Arno Garrels 
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