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From "Carlos M. S. Bento Nogueira" <cm...@student.dei.uc.pt>
Subject Re: Proposal: Make defaults for text serializers UTF-8
Date Wed, 10 Aug 2005 16:42:55 GMT
Hi. Just couldn't agree with your suggestion as Spanish and Portuguese 
characters(for example ,,, ) aren't supported by utf-8. 
But this is just my opinion...

CarlosN.

On Wed, 10 Aug 2005, Leszek Gawron wrote:

> Gregor J. Rothfuss wrote:
>> Leszek Gawron wrote:
>> 
>>> Berin Loritsch wrote:
>>> 
>>>> Considering we have a very international user base, and the fact that
>>>> more and more projects have to deal with international or special
>>>> character, why not make the demo international friendly.
>>>> 
>>>> In order to set encoding standards for your mime-type you have to
>>>> include the character-encoding after the mime-type.  Ex:
>>>> 
>>>> text/html;encoding=utf-8
>>>> 
>>>> Without the encoding clue, most browsers assume whatever is the default
>>>> for that browser.  In the U.S. it is typically iso-8859-latin.  This bit
>>>> us yesterday as we had to make that change to support special characters
>>>> again--this time with Cocoon.
>>>> 
>>> What do you propose?
>>> 
>>> <map:serializer name="text" 
>>> src="org.apache.cocoon.serialization.TextSerializer" 
>>> mime-type="text/plain" logger="sitemap.serializer.text">
>>>     <encoding>utf-8</encoding>
>>> </map:serializer>
>> 
>> 
>> you missed the ;encoding=utf-8 for the mime type
>> 
>> and yes, i would be +1 for this
> +1. I'm in favour of every setting that makes polish letters work OOTB :)
>
>

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