jake at generation.ru
Sun Oct 29 11:27:39 GMT 2006
Yakov Hrebtov wrote:
> One more note here.
> If CP1251 side is sending as client (UTF-8 is on server/receiver), then
> there are no errors.
> $ rsync -av --iconv=CP1251,UTF-8 /var/data/tmp/ \
> rsync at 192.168.210.14::userdata/tmp/
> This command successfuly transfers files and converts filenames.
It seems, server side cannot do any conversions...
As I understand, sender side converts filenames to UTF-8 from source charset,
and receiver side converts from UTF-8 (transport charset) to destination charset.
If charset on server side (no matter receiving or sending) differs from UTF-8
(so conversion to/from UTF-8 must be done), then it always failed to iconv_open
(for unknown reason).
The same iconv_open succseeded, if the same conversion must be done in
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