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Re: Localization and pspp on MSWindows

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: Localization and pspp on MSWindows
Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2009 08:45:53 +0900
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On Thu, Feb 05, 2009 at 10:10:42PM +0100, unknown-1 wrote:
     I have a problem with the cygwin and the mingw based PSPP version. In both
     versions filenames with special characters like "?" are a problem. File
     names are corrupted and in the mingw version labels to. Did succeed in
     putting them in the cygwin based installation.

I'm reasonably confident that we're using recoding characters
correctly.   There are a few ways you can influence the behaviour of
character recoding to get around wierd system behaviour. 
If this doesn't help, or seems not to be working, then you might get a
more informed answer on one of the Mingw/Cygwin/Gtk+ forums.

     What I need is something so I can see what the NLS settings are in PSPPIRE
     when it runs on mswindows. Is this possible?

Perhaps some diagnostic features could be added.  What settings do you
need to know?
     There was a patch so psppire wouldn't write psppire.txt to the default
     directory on mswindows. Was this patch pushed to the stable version?

Apparently is was.  See


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