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|0001288||VCMI||Other||public||2013-06-01 19:44||2016-08-28 20:00|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version||0.99|
|Summary||0001288: Q - 春秋.h3m is not recognized as a valid map name.|
|Description||"Q - 春秋.h3m" is not recognized as a valid map name.|
|Steps To Reproduce||Probably renaming an existing map to "Q - 春秋.h3m" is enough.|
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For me it works.
This can be either Win-specific or something not related to name of file (e.g. vcmi fails to display in-game map name)
I confirm that it doesn't work on Windows.
Converting path (that is natively UTF-16) to string probably breaks it.
I believe one solution would be to replace types of all filename/path variables std::string with boost::filesystem::path. That should make it work across the platforms, though would require quite a work. [And I'm not sure what'd be side-effects.]
|Perhaps convert paths to utf-8? It looks that boost::filesystem supports such conversions and utf8-encoded paths works fine on my side.|
edited on: 2013-06-03 07:37
Use std::wstring instead of std::string?
The reason why is working on linux could be : "Ubuntu system is already unicode aware. When I work with a char string, it is natively encoded in UTF-8 (i.e. Unicode string of chars)" http://stackoverflow.com/questions/402283/stdwstring-vs-stdstring [^]
> Perhaps convert paths to utf-8? It looks that boost::filesystem supports such conversions
What functoin is that? I looked through boost::filesystem docs and haven't found anything.
Both Windows and Linux are Unicode aware. It is that Windows uses UTF-16 and Linux UTF-8.
The string/wstring are just vectors of characters, they are not meant to express encodings. Still, it is common to represent UTF-16 text as windows two-byte-chracter std::wstring and UTF-8 strings as one-byte character std::string.
But we want:
a) have as few platform-specific code as possible
b) be compatible between platforms. Eg. Linux server sends to Windows client StartInfo with non-Ascii path.
There is already wrapper using UTF-8 string on Linux and UTF-16 wstring on Windows — that is boost::filesystem. Using it instead of strings should work on all platforms and should not cause any significant costs.
The remaining problem is serializing it. I guess we could just say that path over net is in UTF-8 and make serializer do any necessary conversions.
[Plus I need to check if it actually allows on windows to open non-ascii file with plain ifstream.]
|Or we could try that (see the example): http://www.boost.org/doc/libs/1_53_0/libs/locale/doc/html/default_encoding_under_windows.html [^]|
function that converts path into string accept codecvt parameter.
http://www.boost.org/doc/libs/1_53_0/libs/filesystem/doc/reference.html#string-template. [^] And as pointed out in your example codecvt can be set globally.
I also found discussion on this topic here:
It seems that boost::filesystem has its own set of char convertions - I'd rather use this one instead of set from boost::locale at least for now - this is rather new library, not available in some still used boost versions.
And in case if Windows can't open utf8-encoded filename - perhaps convert it back to utf-16 before accessing file? We have relatively few cases of direct usage of fstream/fopen
Probably was fixed about this pool request:
|Tested. This one fixed by Zyx-2000 pull request for sure.|
|2013-06-01 19:44||krs||New Issue|
|2013-06-01 20:18||Ivan||Note Added: 0003619|
|2013-06-01 20:39||Tow||Note Added: 0003620|
|2013-06-02 20:28||Ivan||Note Added: 0003645|
|2013-06-03 07:33||krs||Note Added: 0003649|
|2013-06-03 07:37||krs||Note Edited: 0003649||View Revisions|
|2013-06-03 09:35||Tow||Note Added: 0003651|
|2013-06-03 09:39||Tow||Note Added: 0003652|
|2013-06-03 11:00||Ivan||Note Added: 0003653|
|2016-08-28 03:41||SXX||Assigned To||=> SXX|
|2016-08-28 03:41||SXX||Status||new => assigned|
|2016-08-28 04:08||SXX||Note Added: 0006589|
|2016-08-28 20:00||SXX||Note Added: 0006590|
|2016-08-28 20:00||SXX||Status||assigned => resolved|
|2016-08-28 20:00||SXX||Fixed in Version||=> 0.99|
|2016-08-28 20:00||SXX||Resolution||open => fixed|
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