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From Lucien Gentis <lucien.gen...@univ-lorraine.fr>
Subject Re: Accents
Date Fri, 15 Jan 2016 13:08:27 GMT
This bug was about error messages returned by httpd. (docs/error directory)

But here, we talk about manual pages of httpd documentation in 
docs/manual directory ? (as far as I understand)
And I confirm that HTML entities are not necessary for accented 
characters display.

Perhaps It creates other technical problems that we can't see as 
committers ?


Le 15/01/2016 13:34, Tom Fredrik Blenning Klaussen a écrit :
> Have a look at the bug I filed a while ago here:
> https://bz.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=57878
>
> I think it's long overdue to standardize on UTF-8, and avoid entities.
>
> -Tom Fredrik
>
> On 15/01/16 10:44, Lucien Gentis wrote:
>> Hello Luis,
>>
>> I am Lucien Gentis, working on french translation project.
>>
>> fr.xml file headers are the same as those of es.xml
>>
>> I noticed that if we edit xml files in UTF8 encoding, we don't need
>> to use HTML entities ; accented characters can be written directly,
>> and they are displayed in HTML files with encoding specified in
>> lang file header (for example ISO-8859-1 for es.xml, UTF-8 for
>> ja.xml, EUC-KR for ko.xml).
>>
>> Points to verify :
>>
>> --- What character encoding do you use in your text editor and what
>> text editor do you use ? For me : vim-gtk, UTF8 encoding --- What
>> charset did you specified in your es.xml when you changed it ? ---
>> You say "i have tried yesterday to change the charset of the
>> /style/lang/es.xml to see  if it generates the html" : what html
>> file do you mean ? --- When you display generated HTML file (a
>> httpd doc manual page, I suppose), what browser do you use, and
>> what character encoding does it detect ? For me : Firefox or IE :
>> character encoding specified in lang file header is automatically
>> detected.
>>
>> Lucien
>>
>> Le 15/01/2016 06:42, Luis Gil a écrit :
>>> Hello: I was wondering, how could we work with the accents and
>>> not with the html code of them, i have tried  yesterday to change
>>> the charset of the /style/lang/es.xml to see  if it generates the
>>> html, it does but at the time to open the html file in the
>>> browser, it gives me the autogenerated code and no html page like
>>> it should be, so i changed it back to what it was at the
>>> beginning, but still the same issue. I would appreciate any light
>>> in this that i´m getting confused. Thank you in advance.
>>>
>>> Linkedin: https://linkd.in/Ljjt8L <http://linkd.in/Ljjt8L>
>>> Twitter : https://twitter.com/luigy_tspg
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