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Date 2010-12-03.07:41:56
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Currently, ZipFile only accepts ascii or utf8 as file
name encodings. On Windows (Japanese), usually CP932
is used for it. So currently, when we melt ZipFile
via py3k, non-ascii file name becomes strange. Can we handle
this issue? (ie: adding encoding option for ZipFile#__init__)
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