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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 31201] - Encoding bug when using <jsp:include ...> action
Date Tue, 05 Oct 2004 06:27:44 GMT
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Encoding bug when using <jsp:include ...> action





------- Additional Comments From toraneko@kun.ne.jp  2004-10-05 06:27 -------
> There are, however, a number of alternative approaches that are spec  > compliant
and are hence container neutral.  I knew. However these approaches could not include HTML
direct. We should convert HTML to JSP or use escaped character for non iso-8859-1 characters.
Some of the people want include HTML direct. Then, this becomes problem.   You said I feed
back JCP. It's really right, but imagin, how long we wait to resolve the problem and does
tomcat never have tomcat specific functions? Could you see the number of vote for this bug?
 I'm disappointment for your i18n and l10n attitude. I posted i18n and l10n patch in the past
but it took _6 month_ that tomcat commiter took my patch.   I recommend you to provide temporary
solution since release Tomcat 6.0 again.  bye,  Takashi

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