dmitry at baikal.ru
Thu Sep 25 23:01:04 CDT 2003
"Pouech Eric DMI AEI CAEN" <pouech-eric at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
> That's exactly my point. If the user didn't correctly configure
> his/her locale wrt. The iocharset of the drive, then trouble's
> ahead. So, we can either suggest that it's up to the user to do
> it correctly (and in that case CP_UNIXCP is just fine for internal
> handling) ; or we don't (and this was, to my understanding, the need
> of the codepage option in drive configuration). Basically my question
> could be rephrased as do we really need this option, or can we remove it.
> My first (dumb) reaction was if it's in there, it means we need it
> for some cases. But, I don't want to support this codepage option
> for no real need, so if no one objects, we could remove it.
Sure, we could remove it. But do it only after the locale support
initialization is moved to ntdll. And yes, CP_UNIXCP support was
introduced solely in order to remove hacks such as TextCP in x11drv
(has gone already) and codepage parameter in the drive definition.
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