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On 12 Mar '08, at 10:27 PM, S.J.Chun wrote:
It seems that when Finder unzips the zip file from Windows(which have files of CP949 encoded filename), it does not make unzipped file name as byte-by-byte equally as CP949; it does use some kind of unknown transformation of encoded name.
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