A note about mac carbon VM and "ISO 8859-1" vm encoding setting
I have shipped an experimental VM with unix file names and VM
encoding set to "ISO 8859-1" Latin1, however
there is a problem if you have a path name including say ƒ (option-
f) the translation logic from utf-8 to Latin1 fails.
If you set the Vm to MacRoman then the translation succeeds and the
image for example can be opened.
However then the issue is that the file browser, under 3.8 and
3.9a-6696 then I *guess* attempts to consider file names coming from
the mac vm in MacRoman as being in Latin1 and then displays the wrong
characters visually. However it does
permit the file to be opened and manipulated. It's likely someone
needs to figure out a compromise and/or fix to
ensure what the user sees in the Apple's finder matchs what you see
in the squeak file browser.