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Old 12-03-2012, 07:55 AM   #9
andrusz
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Originally Posted by tshering View Post
I have to confess that this is nonsense. The filenames are stored in the zip file in UTF-8 encoding. You can verify this by opening the zip file in a HEX editor and inspecting the filenames. When the files are unzipped the encoding of the filenames depends on the settings of the unzipping program and the OS. 7-zip under windows encodes them by default as UTC/unicode.
I do not have hex editor right now to verify it but look at my previous post. This is a list of zip file contents run on RedHat Linux with UTF-8 language settings using the following command: unzip -l dicthtml-ja.zip

I have observed the same on Windows 7 (english version) opening the files using Winzip:

Old dictionary:


New dictionary:


Have you observed the same?
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