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Date:      Thu, 28 May 2020 02:47:11 +0800
From:      Thor Ablestar <thor@irk.ru>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: 7ZIP Windows question
Message-ID:  <0f6b1d6d-02ea-5c6e-1c11-8fb8211897c1@irk.ru>
In-Reply-To: <c2d127e5-a7aa-0b9a-66c0-14c1922b0340@fastmail.com>
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1. ru_RU.UTF-8. p7zip just does NOT work without it.

2. -scs key does NOT affect files. It only changes the listing.

All files except the ones with too long names are extracted _normally_. 
So it's not the problem with locales.


On 2020-05-28 02:01, Yuri Pankov wrote:
> Thor Ablestar wrote:
>> Hello All!
>>
>> Problem is the following: Somebody sent to me the archive with files 
>> with Russian names in 7Z format. I used the p7zip from both ports and 
>> packages to extract it. Result was the same: Some files were not 
>> extracted with diagnostic "Too long filename".
>>
>> It was necessary to transfer the archive to Windows machine, extract 
>> the files there, then rename them, pack again and transfer back.
>>
>> Is there any method to do it within FreeBSD or at least without 
>> abominable Windows?
>>
>> 12.1-RELEASE AMD064
>
> What encoding is used for those "russian" names? What is your system 
> locale?
>
> Also, did you try the following switch for 7?
>
> -scs{UTF-8|UTF-16LE|UTF-16BE|WIN|DOS|{id}} : set charset for list files
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