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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wr...@rowe-clan.net>
Subject Re: Japanese internationalized error messages; charset in typemap files
Date Thu, 08 Aug 2002 17:00:34 GMT
At 11:28 AM 8/8/2002, Joshua Slive wrote:

>Re bug:
>http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=11521
>which contributes Japanese translations of the error docs.
>
>Is the body-in-typemap thing able to handle multiple character sets? Has 
>anyone tried this?  Will?

The problem that I foresee is actually EDITING the danged thing.

Anytime to get into utf-8 or shift-jis, we are going to have conflicting
rules about what is an invalid character expansion.  Not a problem
for parsing or serving the file, but it will be a problem if you bring it
up in a shift-jis or utf-8 editor.

Perhaps the easest thing is to add the HTTP_ERROR_DOC.html.utf8
or HTTP_ERROR_DOC.html.iso2022-jp or whatever, and reference it
by the uri: option from the .var file.  Simply restrict the .var file to 8 bit
sbcs encodings that won't be clobbered by editing the .var map file in
any 8 bit sbcs editor (e.g. all the iso8859's can stay in the var file.)

Would this make sense to everyone?

Bill


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