On Wednesday 11 June 2008 17:57:47 Peter Pentchev wrote: > Errrr, I could be wrong here, but if a file is valid 7-bit ASCII, > it actually *is* valid UTF-8, isn't it now? :) Yes, you're correct. However, the copyright file of the last upload is *not* plain ASCII, it's encoded in ISO-8859-1, using special characters for Swedish. Therefore, the conversion from ISO-8859-1 to UTF-8 should include those characters as well, making it "real" UTF-8 instead of ASCII. Regards, Tobias -- Tobias Toedter | "Time wounds all heels." -- Groucho Marx Hamburg, Germany |
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