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From "Ross Gardler (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (FOR-143) Encoding of HTML files should be configurable
Date Fri, 09 Dec 2005 15:53:10 GMT
     [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FOR-143?page=all ]

Ross Gardler updated FOR-143:
-----------------------------

    Fix Version:     (was: 0.8-dev)
    Description: 
From: Fabrice Bacchella 


By default, HTML files are encoded in ISO-8859-1 because of the way the Cocoon's HTML serialiser
is declared in sitemap.xmap :

<map:serializer name="html" mime-type="text/html"
src="org.apache.cocoon.serialization.HTMLSerializer">
  <doctype-public>-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN</doctype-public>

<doctype-system>http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd</doctype-system>
</map:serializer>

The default one is such a case is ISO-8859-1. And it even add a META inthe HTML result. But
here in French, ISO-8859-15 is better because of the  =AB e dans l'o =BB character : =9C.
In Russian or Asia, the 
situation is even worse.

Is that possible to add a properties in forrest.properties saying for example :
project.encoding=UTF-8

and adding a <encoding>@project.encoding@</encoding> element in the
HTML serializer ?

And in a more general way, where can I find a document about the way properties are used by
forrest ? Which files use them ? How to add a
new one ?

  was:
From: Fabrice Bacchella 


By default, HTML files are encoded in ISO-8859-1 because of the way the Cocoon's HTML serialiser
is declared in sitemap.xmap :

<map:serializer name="html" mime-type="text/html"
src="org.apache.cocoon.serialization.HTMLSerializer">
  <doctype-public>-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN</doctype-public>

<doctype-system>http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd</doctype-system>
</map:serializer>

The default one is such a case is ISO-8859-1. And it even add a META inthe HTML result. But
here in French, ISO-8859-15 is better because of the  =AB e dans l'o =BB character : =9C.
In Russian or Asia, the 
situation is even worse.

Is that possible to add a properties in forrest.properties saying for example :
project.encoding=UTF-8

and adding a <encoding>@project.encoding@</encoding> element in the
HTML serializer ?

And in a more general way, where can I find a document about the way properties are used by
forrest ? Which files use them ? How to add a
new one ?

    Environment: 
       Priority: Minor  (was: Major)

Reducing priority and moving to unknown fix release - none of the active devs seem to have
an immediate problem with this, although patches for this issue are most welcome.

> Encoding of HTML files should be configurable
> ---------------------------------------------
>
>          Key: FOR-143
>          URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FOR-143
>      Project: Forrest
>         Type: Bug
>   Components: Core operations
>     Reporter: Juan Jose Pablos
>     Priority: Minor

>
> From: Fabrice Bacchella 
> By default, HTML files are encoded in ISO-8859-1 because of the way the Cocoon's HTML
serialiser is declared in sitemap.xmap :
> <map:serializer name="html" mime-type="text/html"
> src="org.apache.cocoon.serialization.HTMLSerializer">
>   <doctype-public>-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN</doctype-public>
> <doctype-system>http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd</doctype-system>
> </map:serializer>
> The default one is such a case is ISO-8859-1. And it even add a META inthe HTML result.
But here in French, ISO-8859-15 is better because of the  =AB e dans l'o =BB character : =9C.
In Russian or Asia, the 
> situation is even worse.
> Is that possible to add a properties in forrest.properties saying for example :
> project.encoding=UTF-8
> and adding a <encoding>@project.encoding@</encoding> element in the
> HTML serializer ?
> And in a more general way, where can I find a document about the way properties are used
by forrest ? Which files use them ? How to add a
> new one ?

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