Encoding issue for file manager

I am using the ditto command to duplicate a file. This file has unicode filename and as per http://developer.apple.com/qa/qa2001/qa1173.html I am first normalizing the name to kCFStringNormalizationFormD and then converting it to utf-8 before calling ditto on it. This all works smoothly but when I try to get the FSRef using the original unicode name I get fnfErr. Dosn't the API CFURLGetFSRef convert the string to kCFStringNormalizationFormD? Or is there any alternate for ditto on Tiger.

no encoding issues if i use xml (xlf or xliff) bundle as xml supports utf-8 encoding.

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