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From "Sung-Gu" <jeri...@apache.org>
Subject Re: URI / setDocumentCharset, setProtocolCharset
Date Thu, 13 Feb 2003 01:34:36 GMT
Hi,

I'm sorry...
That was reported long time ago...
But it wasn't fixed yet...

I'll patch it soon...
Thank you.

Sung-Gu

----- Original Message -----
From: "Aurelien Pernoud" <apernoud@sopragroup.com>
To: "'HttpClient Developers List'"
<commons-httpclient-dev@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 12, 2003 11:55 PM
Subject: URI / setDocumentCharset, setProtocolCharset


>
> Hi there,
>
> wow I was afraid, when I saw my native language accents (god damn them
when
> you program ;)) were again (the first time wasn't from httpclient) changed
> to UTF-8 !
> Then I looked into the code, and found the URI class.
>
> I just wanted to be sure of what I'm doing. In my webapp, we're supposed
to
> use ISO-8859-15 (extension of 8859-1 that has the Euro char between
others),
> so here's what I've done in my connectionmanager creation (I use this
> connectionmanager for every request):
>
> try
> {
> URI.setProtocolCharset("ISO-8859-1");
> }
> catch (Exception ignored)
> {}
>
> It seems to resolve my trouble once for all, but do I have to do it too
for
> setDocumentCharset (in another try/catch) ? Without changing anything it
is
> set to ISO-889-1 and it works... don't know exactly which one does what ?
>
> Thx for help,
> Aurelien Pernoud
>
>
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