Usaku NAKAMURA

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04/16/2014

12:25 PM ruby-trunk Bug #7821 (Rejected): FileUtils.mkdir_p fails on Windows Unicode paths (\\?\UNC\) if dir already ...
See #7822.
12:24 PM ruby-trunk Bug #7822 (Rejected): Dir.mkdir can't handle long Windows Unicode paths (\\?\UNC\)
After all, the user using special form like "\\?\" should know the meaning and effect,
so ruby doesn't ought to supp...
12:18 PM ruby-trunk Bug #7821: FileUtils.mkdir_p fails on Windows Unicode paths (\\?\UNC\) if dir already exists
The path with "\\?\" must be fullpath.
It's the spec of Windows.
04:23 AM ruby-trunk Bug #7822: Dir.mkdir can't handle long Windows Unicode paths (\\?\UNC\)
(1) Windows has the limitation about the length of each directory name.
It's 255 characters.
So, even if wi...

04/15/2014

10:39 AM ruby-trunk Revision 45592: * include/ruby/win32.h (rb_w32_cmdvector): removed.
* win32/win32.c (rb_w32_sysinit): use WCHAR version of GetCommandLine()
internally.
* win32/win32.c (w32_cmdvector...

04/09/2014

09:07 AM ruby-trunk Bug #9713 (Assigned): __FILE__ return unexpected encoding - breaks Dir.glob
Thomas Thomassen wrote:
> In my test `__FILE__` is returned in the OEM encoding - not filesystem encoding.
So, re...

04/07/2014

08:30 PM ruby-trunk Bug #9713: __FILE__ return unexpected encoding - breaks Dir.glob
Thomas Thomassen wrote:
> If I need to represent a file name in the UI some way, or write to file, in a different en...
06:50 PM ruby-trunk Bug #1685 (Closed): Some windows unicode path issues remain
This ticket is too old and too various problems.
Now Thomas investigates many things and is making some new tickets....
06:38 PM ruby-trunk Bug #9713: __FILE__ return unexpected encoding - breaks Dir.glob
The encoding of the results of Dir.glob are the same encoding with it's parameter.
So, there is no bug about the sec...
06:30 PM ruby-trunk Bug #9712 (Rejected): Dir.entries replace Unicode character with questionmarks
check Dir.entries('Foo', encoding: 'utf-8')

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