When download a file named with english and num and chinese character,the file name is garbled


#1

When download a file named with english and num and chinese
character,ÇÉ»¢¿ìÀÖ°æ2008Äê12ÔºÅDVD0812.iso,for example,the file name will
garbled like
“%c7%c9%bb%a2%bf%ec%c0%d6%b0%e62008%c4%ea12%d4%c2%ba%c5DVD0812.iso”,
how to solve the problem?


#2

That is not a problem.
Or if you so consider it to be one, check your browser or download
manager.

2009/2/3 lhmwzy removed_email_address@domain.invalid


#3

it may be convert to urlcode

Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2009 20:30:41 +1100Subject: Re: when download a file
named with english and num and chinese character,the file name is
garbledFrom: removed_email_address@domain.invalid: removed_email_address@domain.invalid is not a
problem.Or if you so consider it to be one, check your browser or
download manager.
2009/2/3 lhmwzy removed_email_address@domain.invalid
When download a file named with english and num and
chinesecharacter,ÇÉ»¢¿ìÀÖ°æ2008Äê12ÔºÅDVD0812.iso,for example,the file name
willgarbled like
“%c7%c9%bb%a2%bf%ec%c0%d6%b0%e62008%c4%ea12%d4%c2%ba%c5DVD0812.iso”,how
to solve the problem?


#4

On Feb 3, 2009, at 10:14 AM, lhmwzy wrote:

When download a file named with english and num and chinese
character,ÇÉ»¢¿ìÀÖ°æ2008Äê12ÔºÅDVD0812.iso,for example,the file name
will
garbled like “%c7%c9%bb%a2%bf%ec%c0%d6%b0%e62008%c4%ea12%d4%c2%ba
%c5DVD0812.iso”,

It should be

%e5%b7%a7%e8%99%8e%e5%bf%ab%e4%b9%90%e7%89%882008%e5%b9%b412%e6%9c
%88%e5%8f%b7DVD0812.iso

instead, if I’m not mistaken.

E.g. UTF-8 + Percent-encoding (aka URL encoding) [1]

That said, because this data came via a HTML , it might have
been encoded using the form’s accept-charset instead of UTF-8:

http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/interact/forms.html#adef-accept-charset

how to solve the problem?

(1) Percent decode the file name
(2) Convert the resulting byte stream into an Unicode representation
using the appropriate character set encoding

Nothing to do with nginx though…

HTH.

Cheers,


PA.
http://alt.textdrive.com/nanoki/

[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percent-encoding