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Old 12-03-2012, 12:27 PM   #10
tshering
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andrusz, thank you for the images. Now I see that we talked about different things. When I talked about the old version I meant the first one that was contained in KoboRoot.tar of kobo3-update-2.0.0.zip. And what I called new version is your old version. I got different results with different tools.
I give below as an example the results for one and the same file extracted with differnet tools from 1) kobo3-update-2.0.0.zip, 2) your old version, 3) your new version.

1) kobo3-update-2.0.0.zip
7zFM (7-zip GUI): .html 12.07.2012
GnuWin32\bin\tar.exe: Ҡ.html 12.07.2012 (this is utf8)

2) dicthtml-ja (old version)
7zFM (7-zip GUI): こう.html 07.08.2012 Host OS: Unix
Windows zip (as used by the file explorer): .html 07.08.2012

3) dicthtml-ja (new version)
7zFM (7-zip GUI): .html 12.11.2012 Host OS: FAT
Windows zip (as used by the file explorer): .html 12.11.2012

I do not know what kind of encoding is. Inside the html.gz-file the filename is again encoded in utf-8.

It is nice that the dictionary zip file contains now the source file for "words" too!

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