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> When merging a system from an iso locale to UTF-8 some filenames may beco=

me
> invalid (or at least not what we want them to be). One example are german
> umlauts.
> my question is how I can detect if there are such filenames that could
> cause problems (in my case with mkisofs and joliet).


Do you want to detect only that you have a broken UTF-8 string?
I remember that there is a regular-expression to do this and I saw some=20
discussion for php how to do this.
I do not have a link, but you should be able to find it.

Jens

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