Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 69767
Gedit can't save with Korean filename &....
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:38:03 EDT
Description of Problem:
Gedit can't save a file with Korean filename.
Nor can't open files that has been created with touch and vi on gnome-terminal
(actually, it won't even show in "Open") And if you run gedit from terminal you
will be able to see an error message saying (Invalid Utf-8) with all other
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open a gnome-terminal
2. gedit &
3. type Korean (using Ami and shift+space)
4. try to save it with Korean filename (gksrmf-> in korean it will be "korean")
The program will hang
Saves it with Korean name and should be able to be seen on gnome-terminal with "ls"
for not showing Korean directories and files that has been created with "touch",
"vi" and "mkdir" can be seen by;
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 70228 ***
(actually, I'm not *entirely* sure this is a duplicate; part of it
is, but it may not all be duplicate. Unfortunately, even with
G_BROKEN_FILENAMES set, gtkfilesel doesn't work very well with
non-UTF-8 fileanmes, and there is no way that is going be able
to be fixed in just a few days.)
Reopening, after reproducing with G_BROKEN_FILENAMES set
This was fixed in gedit-2.0.2.