Yes it is now supported. This is one of the most major improvements over v5. And the interface can also be localised now (currently only English available, 50% complete Dutch translation packaged)anson5 said:Does version 6 support UTF-8 or unicode in filenames? I can't find this in the changelog. Thank you.
Only the FAT clean up thing which erases the old entries are not supported. This should be available in rc5 for public testing (it's an algorithm I devised based on the FAT structures)xx521xx said:I haven't been keeping up with Eraser development for a while. So, I see that v6 is in the RC stage now. The announcement says that FAT erasures are not supported... does this mean all erase operations on FAT drives are unsupported, or only erasure of unused entries in the FAT itself? Do you think it'll be implemented someday in the future?
It's a little more complex than that... haha.xx521xx said:BTW, if it's only the unused FAT entries that are difficult to deal with, just a thought... FAT filesystems have a maximum number of files supported due to the fixed size of the FAT, right? I'm not a programmer, but do you think you could erase the unused entries by filling the drive with files until Windows throws an error while trying to allocate one?
Hmm no I don't use exFAT. Would you like to try it?xx521xx said:Has v6 had any testing/development on the exFAT filesystem which MS is pushing (kind of) as a replacement for FAT12/16/32?