If file name contains non ascii chars, session plugin
could store it incorrectly. Also it will read garbage,
so I need to reopen files by hand.
I've two suspicions:
1. In file ParseUtilities.java:211 very strange
condition c<=0x9f. Mabe the is typo in source and
should be 0xf9. Also I have no idea what mean this
2. In file Session.java:458 filename value is not
decoded by ParseUtilities method. It should be so?
|Submitted||abondarenko - 2004-11-04 - 12:08:12z||Assigned||sjakob|
|2008-05-03 - 14:49:06z
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In the session xml file special filename characters are stored with escaped unicode notation as in properties files, i.e. "\u00C4" for an "Ä". But when the session is restored, the preceding backslash of this notation is treated as a path separator...
It's a bit annoying.