[tex-live] Problems with non-7bit characters in filename

Josef Kleber josef.kleber at gmx.de
Mon Jul 7 14:27:23 CEST 2014

Am 07.07.2014 14:03, schrieb Zdenek Wagner:
> My result (my locale is UTF-8:
> $ texlua gmimage.lua  -M "&markers=color:green|label:D|Pergamon
> Museum,Berlin&markers=color:blue|label:S|Bode Museum,Berlin" -C
> "James-Simon-Park,Berlin" -P "&path=weight:7|color:purple|Bode
> Museum,Berlin|Pergamon Museum,Berlin|Neues
> Museum,Berlin|James-Simon-Park,Berlin|Henriette-Herz-Platz,Berlin&path=weight:7|color:brown|Simon-James-Park,Berlin|Weinmeisterstraße,Berlin"
> -V "Brandenburger Tor,Berlin"
> WARNING: LOCATION not specified; using Dante e.V. Office as default!
> WARNING: ZOOM not specified; using ZOOM=18 as default!
> WARNING: XSIZE not specified; using XSIZE=600 as default!
> WARNING: YSIZE not specified; using YSIZE=400 as default!
> WARNING: SCALE not specified, using SCALE=1 as default!
> WARNING: TYPE not specified; using roadmap as default!
> WARNING: IMAGETYPE not specified; using png as default!
> WARNING: COLOR not specified; using blue as default!
> WARNING: NUMBER not specified; using 1 as default!
> gmimage.lua:
> url = http://maps.googleapis.com/maps/api/staticmap?center=James%2dSimon%2dPark%2cBerlin&size=600x400&markers=color%3agreen%7clabel%3aD%7cPergamon%20Museum%2cBerlin&markers=color%3ablue%7clabel%3aS%7cBode%20Museum%2cBerlin&maptype=roadmap$scale=1&format=png&visible=Brandenburger%20Tor%2cBerlin&path=weight%3a7%7ccolor%3apurple%7cBode%20Museum%2cBerlin%7cPergamon%20Museum%2cBerlin%7cNeues%20Museum%2cBerlin%7cJames%2dSimon%2dPark%2cBerlin%7cHenriette%2dHerz%2dPlatz%2cBerlin&path=weight%3a7%7ccolor%3abrown%7cSimon%2dJames%2dPark%2cBerlin%7cWeinmeisterstra%c3%9fe%2cBerlin&sensor=false
> output = gmimage.png

Thanks for testing, it's the expected image. It's what i expected. This 
confirms that texlua (luatex) only accepts utf-8 for command line 
options, which obviously ia a problem on Windows. Let's wait for 
Ulrike's test with MiKTeX. If it works there then there should really be 
a fix.


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