new Contents generator on ftp-master
On Sat, Mar 12, 2011 at 07:53:34PM +0100, Torsten Werner wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 12, 2011 at 2:02 PM, Kurt Roeckx <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > So basicly apt-file search will fail to find any file in
> > inorwegian and wnorwegian?
> It won't find any files currently for both packages.
$ apt-file search bokmaal.aff
$ apt-file search bokmål.aff
Seems to work fine?
> > Why? *What's wrong with the old way of doing it?
> Both packages ship symlinks with the same name but different
> encodings. Some weeks ago there have been some discussion about
> Unicode correctness in Debian. I think that we should accept only
> properly UTF-8 encoded filenames in the future but I am open for
> discussion. We can use a manual workaround for (old)stable if we want
I think there might be some misunderstanding of what you mean.
My understanding from the original mail was:
some packages ship /usr/sbin/sendmail, currently that seems to be:
And as a result for all those packages you would list no file at all.
But then my understanding changed so that a single package
shipping a file which has different encodings for the filename
would not have that (or any) file mentioned. If you already
convert them all to utf-8, I see no problem in only mentioning
that file once instead of not at all.
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