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Feature Proposals » AllowI18nFileName configuration parameter

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MergedToCore HideyoImazu AcceptedBy7DayFeedbackPeriod 2014-04-10   TWikibug:Item7483 KampalaRelease

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Motivation

You may want to allow non ASCII characters in attachment file names even if you don't use locale.

Description and Documentation

Currently, if {UseLocale} is true, non ASCII characters are allowed in attachment file names. But otherwise, not allowed.

This is not logical because you may want to allow non ASCII characters in attachment file names while sticking to the English (default) user interface.

Examples

$TWiki::cfg{AllowI18NFileName} = $TRUE;

Impact

Implementation

TWiki::Sandbox::sanitizeAttachmentName() will be modified so that if {AllowI18NFileName} is true, non ASCII characters are allowed in attachment file names even if {UseLocale} is false.

-- Contributors: Hideyo Imazu - 2014-04-10

Discussion

Looks good.

-- Peter Thoeny - 2014-04-10

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Topic revision: r5 - 2014-05-07 - HideyoImazu
 
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