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B2Qt Windows compatible non-ascii filenames

  • Hi

    I am having some problems with writing files from a B2Qt device to a USB drive.
    Non-ASCII characters in the filenames are corrupted when viewing them in Windows.
    They look fine when viewed from a Linux terminal.

    I realize that this might be more of a Linux vs Windows filename encoding problem than a Qt problem, but i still need to find a solution.

    The filenames are generated from user data so stripping them of the non-ascii charactor with .toLatin1() is really last resort.

    Hope anyone can help.


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    Boot2Qt being a commercial product, you should contact the Qt Company directly.

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