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Fix filenames converting the broken encoding into utf-8.

Sometimes it happened to me that some legacy project in a VCS comes with files that have characters outside from the ASCII table. Usually on languages other than english. At some point the VCS get the filenames wrong and those files are not accesible anymore.

The script fix-filenames-broken-encoding fix those filenames converting the special characters into utf-8.

Thanks to user 'geirha' in https://askubuntu.com/questions/113188/character-encoding-problem-with-filenames-find-broken-filenames

https://github.com/software-for-life/fix-filenames-broken-encoding

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Source Files

Filename Size Changed Actions
fix-filenames-broken-encoding-1.0.0.tar.gz 50 KB 11 months ago Download File
fix-filenames-broken-encoding.spec 610 Bytes 11 months ago Download File

Comments for home:binary_sequence:software-for-life (1)

Sergio Lindo binary_sequence wrote 12 months ago

Find the source code on github: https://github.com/software-for-life/fix-filenames-broken-encoding