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Old 04-06-2002, 02:15 PM  
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Default Re: removal of illegal unix characters

Originally posted by JensB

I quite often ul large libraries of rom zips ...

ie lotsa small zips , that has been named /renamed by sweet utilities ..

Problem is I run Win32 .. and when I set a dir of these zips on ul to a unix machine .. some zip names are not allowed due to illegal characters ..

ie spaces ! & ´ '

Can flashfxp be made to autochange/autoremove these on ul ?

so _Tony_hawk's_ gets ul:d as _Tony_hawks_ ?
JensB, there are littererarily no filenames unix won't eat, as long as you either encapsulate the filename in " or pre-pend the "illegal chars" with \.
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