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A file name with äöü gives the error "Invalid File Name".
i have tried to reproduce this issue on mac but i am unable to reproduce it.
I am getting this issue with VS on windows.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Create/Open an "Android Project" on "Visual Studio".
2. Add a class ( class name: äöü ) file in "Android Project".
3. Build "Android Project".
Visual Studio 2013
An update to the above "Comment1". I am getting this issue when I add a text file name "äöü.txt" in "Assets" folder inside the "android project" on VS and build the project i am getting this issue.
Android Asset names must be ASCII because that's what `aapt` requires:
@Ram: Regarding Comment #1, that would be a compiler issue. Your äöü isn't a Java.Lang.Object subclass, and it doesn't even compile, so this is entirely constrained to the Microsoft .NET C# compiler.
You should see the exact same thing with a Console app.