Description of problem:
User isn't allowed to name their packages using non-english characters. Message "Invalid package name. Please use a name that is of the style [abc] or perhaps [abc.def]." is shown.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
A japanese unicode character "ザ" or czech character "ř" or anything else like that can't be used in the name of a package. Trying to create a new package and using those characters results in the above mentioned message, text is erased.
It is possible to use those characters in the names of other assets - rules, models, functions...
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It was previously not possible to name packages with Unicode characters preventing users from, for example, using Japanese or Czech characters in package names. This has been resolved and it is now possible to use Unicode characters in package names.