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From Jeremy Quinn <>
Subject Re: [OT?] File upload weirdness on MacOSX
Date Mon, 08 Mar 2004 11:39:47 GMT

On 4 Mar 2004, at 11:26, Sylvain Wallez wrote:

> Hi all,
> This is a bit OT, but I encountered some problems with file uploads on  
> MacOSX, using the woody upload sample  
> (http://localhost:8888/samples/woody/upload):
> - with Safari, no upload happens at all! I checked the incoming  
> stream, and the file input is simply not sent.
> - with Mozilla, accented letters in filenames are sent as the  
> unaccented letter followed by the accent as an XML entity (e.g. "é" is  
> sent as "e&#769;", 769 being the unicode for "combining acute  
> accent"). Is this notation allowed by the http RFC??
> Weird...
> Any hints?

I know ... I am way behind with this list !!!

I just tried the Woody Upload sample with cocoon 2.1.4, and it appeared  
to work correctly (it showed the uploaded document on the 'success'  
screen). I uploaded the file :

Have not tested Mozilla.


regards Jeremy

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