Re: Factoring out Content-Disposition (i123)

William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:
> Julian Reschke wrote:
>>> A file system supporting Unicode (UTF-8 or UTF-16)
>>> should be able to store about 50 or 75 code points.
>> Not sure how you come to that conclusion. For NTFS, the limit depends 
>> on the API which is used and is either 64 or "unlimited" (I think).
> On NTFS it's most certainly 255 characters or 248 for directory element
> names.  See
> On linux today, it's typically 255 characters (NAME_MAX).

For Linux, that counts octets, not characters, right? So with UTF-8 
encoding in use (would that be the case in Asia?), this would mean ~85 

What about HFS+?

BR, Julian

Received on Tuesday, 19 August 2008 08:05:05 UTC