Bug 113126

Summary: emacs can't open unicode(jp) filenames
Product: [Fedora] Fedora Reporter: P Jones <bugzilla>
Component: emacsAssignee: Jens Petersen <petersen>
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Description P Jones 2004-01-08 13:24:50 EST
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Description of problem:
When I try to open a file with unicode name, emacs doesn't open the
file (presents me with a blank buffer) and has a escaped(and wrong)
name as the name of the buffer.  I tested this as Japanese.


Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
emacs-21.3-7

How reproducible:
Always

Steps to Reproduce:
0. Install with emacs and Japanese language.
1. Log in as japanese (LANG=ja_JP.UTF8).
2. open a terminal
3. create a unicode filename (echo hi > ��test) (shift-space s u enter
shift-space for the magic char)
4. open it with "emacs ��test" 
5. Note the filename in emacs is "a\201\231test" and doesn't have "hi"
in it.
6. Go to File->open file and open enter the filename.
7. Note the filename is correct and the contents are correct.

Additional info:

I also tried this with vim and gedit to make sure it wasn't something
more fundimental, but it looks like emacs just isn't parsing command
lines with i18n in mind.
Comment 1 Jens Petersen 2004-01-14 02:47:34 EST
Reproduced.

Probably a good idea to ask the Emacs developers about this.
Comment 2 Jens Petersen 2004-01-14 19:58:44 EST
Reproduced with cvs emacs too fwiw.
Comment 3 Jens Petersen 2004-09-29 04:56:16 EDT
Seems to be fixed in cvs emacs as of July anyway.