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Re: Case ignore search on non-ascii letters

Is there a FAQ or a HOW-To for UTF-8 support?  I'd like to play with
Czech and Japanese a little bit, and don't know where to start.



David Olivier wrote:
> After coming to terms with UTF-8 and BASE64 I have managed to set up one of
> my entries with:
>       cn: Émile Belphégore
> correctly UTF-8 encoded.
> If I search for that entry with '(cn=*Belph*)'  I find it.
> And  if I  search  for it with  '(cn=*BELPH*)'  I still find it.
> Now if I try  to get it through '(cn=*Belphé*)' I get it.
> But if I am brash enough to ask '(cn=*BELPHÉ*)' I get nothing.
> I other words, case is correctly ignored for plain ascii, i.e. for 26
> letters; but for non-ascii letters, such as French accented letters, which
> can be capitalized, it doesn't work.
> Can this be seen as a bug or at least a caveat, or something like that?
> ĄIt IS a problem for us!
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> David Olivier
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