Created attachment 559859 [details]
The Zip File For Testing
Description of problem:
I created a zip file containing Chinese file name for testing purpose. The creation tool is WinZip 11.2. WinRAR in the same English locale Windows, `zip` command, and File Roller in another Linux distribution can handle Chinese character correctly. But File Roller in Fedora 16 (I just yum update) cannot.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Download the attachment "The Zip File For Testing"
2. Open it with File Roller
`zip -sf file.zip` gives correct file name
This problem does not show up on LinuxDeepin with same version of File Roller.
LinuxDeepin is a Ubuntu-based distribution.
My locale is en_US.utf8.
LANG=<a Chinese locale> file-roller file.zip
#UI language changes, but the file name is still 4 question marks.
Test my file using en_US.utf8 locale and Fedora 16:
unzip file.zip #kinda error
7za x file.zip #flawless!
LinuxDeepin's unzip is patched. You may find the following bug relevant
Maybe file-roller should use p7zip exclusively?
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