> Touches fat/vfat, isofs, ntfs, ncpfs (and nls). Please test if you are
> using any of them with non us-ascii. They are not supposed to behave
> differently, only be a little more prepared for 16bit charsets.
> int llen;
> - nls->uni2char(ip, ip, op, 20, &llen);
> + nls->uni2char(ip, ip, op, 20, &llen);
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