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> Of all the criticisms of UNIX, the singular one that strikes me as valid is the way that it accepts unquestioningly insane characters in pathnames.

In fairness, though, allowing non-ASCII characters is what enabled the (mostly seamless) transition to UTF-8 filenames.




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