[tahoe-dev] Unicode issues review

zooko zooko at zooko.com
Tue Feb 17 23:46:33 UTC 2009

On Feb 17, 2009, at 16:34 PM, Brian Warner wrote:

> Ah, which means that storing childname-encoding in the dirnode  
> doesn't actually help, because the real problem is that we don't  
> know what that encoding is.

Yeah, the only thing we could use inside the directory structure that  
we don't already have is a single bit per child name.  If True, then  
the name is utf-8 encoded.  If False, then the name is a sequence of  
bytes and you're on your own figuring out what it meant to the person  
who created it.


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