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SubjectRe: UTF-8 practically vs. theoretically in the VFS API
Marc Lehmann wrote:
> The point here is that the kernel does, in a very narrow interpretation,
> not support the use of UTF-8, because proper support of UTF-8 means that
> no illegal byte sequences will be produced.

Incorrect. Byte stream transports need not care about their contents.

The only places that need to care about illegal UTF8 byte sequences are
things like CONFIG_NLS_UTF8.

Jeff



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