Hi,

In message "UTF-8 question"
    on 03/08/12, Nikolai Weibull <lone-star / home.se> writes:

|My problem, however, is: Ruby doesn't seem to support UTF-8, which is bad
|for me.  I need it to parse incoming UTF-8 strings to convert them to
|valid ISO9660 filenames.  Anyone have any suggestions as to how to solve
|this?  Are there any good libraries?

As usual, my first answer is:

  define "UTF-8 support" first.

Ruby does support UTF-8 mostly using its UTF-8 aware regex engine.
Besides, for conversion between encodings, you have iconv module.

							matz.