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This tool can convert file system encoded in NFD mode to NFC mode.

On Mac OS X, the filesystem encode file name in NFD unicode (
On GNU/Linux, by default the filesystem encode file name in NFC unicode but it can also contain file encoded in NFD mode.
You can use this tool to convert NFD to NFC.


$ pip install nfd2nfc


$ nfd2nfc -h
This tool can convert file system encoded in NFD mode to NFC mode.

  nfd2nfc <path>
  nfd2nfc <url>
  nfd2nfc -h | --help | --version


Convert on local file system (use it on GNU/Linux, not on Mac OS X) :

$ nfd2nfc /home/username/myproject/

You can use ssh url syntax to fix unicode on remote host :

$ nfd2nfc ssh://
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