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From Jim Maul <jm...@elih.org>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Mixing character sets in Apache2?
Date Fri, 20 Aug 2004 13:43:24 GMT
Quoting Anders Norrbring <lists@norrbring.biz>:

> Alright.. I'll try to ask once more..
>

I dont know why, Joshua has answered this question multiple times.  He 
has even
replied to your multiple messages multiple times.  Why are you ignoring him?

>
> I'm about to upgrade my web server system to SuSE 9.1.. As both SuSE and
> Apache runs in Unicode mode this poses some headache..
>
> I have several web sites hosted on my systems, and more or less all of them
> runs in ISO8859-1 mode, which in turn isn't a big problem since I can tell
> Apache2 to run in that mode.
>
> However, I'd like to be able to mix sites that runs in ISO8859-1 and in
> Unicode modes on the same Apache2 server.  Can this be done transparently?
> Does it need some special parameters in each virtual hosts configuration
> file?
>

------- Previous replies by Joshua ---------------
#1
> On Wed, 18 Aug 2004 12:07:42 +0200, Anders Norrbring
> <lists@norrbring.biz> wrote:
>>
>> I'm about to upgrade my web server system to SuSE 9.1.. As both SuSE and
>> Apache runs in Unicode mode this poses some headache..
>>
>> I have several web sites hosted on my systems, and more or less all of them
>> runs in ISO8859-1 mode, which in turn isn't a big problem since I can tell
>> Apache2 to run in that mode.
>>
>> However, I'd like to be able to mix sites that runs in ISO8859-1 and in
>> Unicode modes on the same Apache2 server.  Can this be done transparently?
>> Does it need some special parameters in each virtual hosts configuration
>> file?
>
> See the AddDefaultCharset directive, which you can place in each vhost:
> http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/mod/core.html#adddefaultcharset
>
> Joshua.

#2

> On Thu, 19 Aug 2004 08:49:40 +0200, Anders Norrbring
> <lists@norrbring.biz> wrote:
>> I'm about to upgrade my web server system to SuSE 9.1.. As both SuSE and
>> Apache runs in Unicode mode this poses some headache..
>
> Is there something you didn't understand about my answer to the
> question from yesterday?
>
> Joshua.

-------------- End Joshua's previous messages -----------------


> Please advice.
> Anders Norrbring

I'd adviSe you to actually read the responses people write to you.

Jim

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