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Andrew Wilson wrote:
It seems you need to set current console code page to 65001 using chcp
command, see following email discussion.

Not really IIRC. With "chcp 65001", the console works fine in displaying UTF-8, but lfs.dll does not use widechar calls, so it won't work with UTF-8 filenames and directory names. The Apache Portable Runtime on Win32, for example, has to explicitly use the widechar API calls. Are you sure your suggestion works?

On Fri, Sep 4, 2009 at 12:41 PM, Tuomo Valkonen<> wrote:
Is there some way to make LuaFileSystem to use UTF-8 on
Windows? Currently it seems to use some character set
(winlatin1?) that can not represent all the characters
in use: string.len of lfs.dir results equals the length
of the string printed on the console, which is full of
question marks for characters not covered by a single
byte. So the results of lfs.dir seem to be full of
non-existent files.

Kein-Hong Man (esq.)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia