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From Gunnar Koppel <>
Subject mp2: utf-8 and uc() under modperl2 handler (still questions)
Date Sun, 28 May 2006 09:59:17 GMT

Gunnar Koppel kirjutas:

> Thank you and all others! That's it. BTW, i always use uppercase 

Seems my joy was too early. As i said, I alway use uppercase 
filehandlers and so was in every real situation, where was this problem 
with UTF<->modperl2.

As a script solution with STD* works fine, but as a handler it gives 
same output as earlier.

My little test set for handler:
package test::utf;

use strict;
use Apache2::Const qw(:common);
use CGI;
use locale;
use utf8;
binmode STDIN, ":utf8";
binmode STDOUT, ":utf8";
our $q = ();

sub handler {
	my @alpha = qw(a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s š z ž t u v õ ä ö 
ü x y);
	$q = new CGI;
	print $q->header(-type=>"text/plain", -charset=>"UTF-8", -cookie=>'');
	print "\u$_ " foreach @alpha;
	print "\n";
	return OK;

apache2 conf:
<VirtualHost *>
DocumentRoot /home/www/test/pub
PerlModule test::utf
SetHandler perl-script
PerlHandler test::utf
PerlSendHeader On

If i run this little script (from command line, under PerlRun, 
PerlRegistry or as CGI), i have proper output:

use strict;
use warnings;
use locale;
use utf8;
binmode STDIN, ":utf8";
binmode STDOUT, ":utf8";
use test::utf;


But not as a handler. Can't understand, why? Seems that binmode STD*, 
":utf8" has no power here?

And still is the question: if std* are intentionally not valid 
filehandlers, why some (multibyte) UTF characters are handled correctly 
under modperl2 and other not?



Gunnar Koppel

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