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Jim has a point, but its not insurmountable, see

Win32::Unicode, Win32::Unicode::Native, Re^5: Is File::Find Unicode-(Conformant|Compliant|Enabled|Capable)?

Path::Class::Unicode, Win32::LongPath

stuffing stuff into global namespace should be possible with monkeypatching, for File::Find , File::Find::Rule.... or for CORE ... someone just has to do it or at minimum file a bug report

and what might be slightly harder is getting overload file test operators to work update they should work Re: Check if unicode directory exists
Bug #60888 for perl5: Win32: support full unicode in filenames (use Wide-system calls)
Bug #75000 for perl5: Unicode symbols damaged in $File::Find::name

so its 90% done, dare I say even 95%, just needs more tests and more bug reports and a little cooperation ...

In reply to Re^3: Trouble with File::Find::Rule (win32 unicode overload file test operators) by Anonymous Monk
in thread Trouble with File::Find::Rule by sowais

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