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From Stefano Mazzocchi <stef...@apache.org>
Subject Re: display problem with new webapp
Date Wed, 26 Feb 2003 11:57:31 GMT
Jeremy Quinn wrote:
> 
> On Tuesday, February 25, 2003, at 04:20 PM, Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:
> 
>> Jeremy Quinn wrote:
>>
>>> Hi All
>>> I just (temporarily) installed today's CVS on two different machines:
>>> 1. Linux Box (RedHat + JVM 1.4.1) <http://godel.kisks-ass.net:8080>
>>> 2. Mac TiPB (MacOSX + JVM 1.4.1) <un-reachable>
>>> (that godel.kicks-ass business was not my idea ;)
>>> Built and running in Jetty, I access each site using Safari and 
>>> Mozilla on MacOSX.
>>> There is something going wrong with the character encoding, because I 
>>> see different representations of the copyright character on each 
>>> browser, from each server (ie. 4 different wrong renditions).
>>> Any ideas anyone?
>>> The XML and the XSLT (which has the copyright char in it) are both 
>>> correctly encoded (and marked as) 'ISO-8859-1' (Western ISO Latin 1).
>>> The pipeline uses the XHTML Serializer which encodes as 'UTF-8'.
>>> Mozilla says it has a UTF-8 document, even though it displays each 
>>> server differently.
>>> Safari will show the text correctly (from the MacOSX server only) if 
>>> you manually set it to display UTF-8, which is something that does 
>>> not happen on a slightly older Cocoon+TomCat+Apache setup I am 
>>> running elsewhere.
>>> I am puzzled!!
>>
>>
>> try to set the xhtml serializer to output ISO-8859-1 and report back.
> 
> 
> Sorry, I was having lunch ;)
> 
> OK, did that.
> 
> Safari now displays both (Linux & MacOSX servers) properly.
> Mozilla displays both incorrectly and differently from each server. And 
> it was not cached, because it has recognised the different encoding.
> 
> 
> Strange!
> 
> I wonder if this is some difference between TomCat & Jetty?

I would be very surprised to see that but it might be a possibility. 
Hmmm... anybody else experiencing these problems?

-- 
Stefano Mazzocchi                               <stefano@apache.org>
    Pluralitas non est ponenda sine necessitate [William of Ockham]
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