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From Jason van Zyl <jvan...@periapt.com>
Subject Re: lost some chars from my charset after parsing
Date Tue, 29 Aug 2000 17:40:47 GMT
On Tue, 29 Aug 2000, Rafal Krzewski wrote:

> Jason van Zyl wrote:
> > I have your LostChars.jar but I'm not really sure what's
> > going on. I can't see what your original chars even
> > looked like on my computer. I'm looking through
> > the parser that was generated for any clues.
> 
> Please do remember that world doesn't end on US-ASCII (ISO-8859-1)
> charset. If Velocity fails to handle other character encodings
> corectly, it would make a lot of people *very* disappointed.
> Templates are stored on the disk as bytes, Strings are Unicode,
> then again the response is sent to the browses as a stream of bytes.
> Every time you convert byte/byte[] <-> String encoding translation
> is taking place and if something is not set corectly, national 
> characters will get eaten (or replaced by quesion marks, or some
> other characters). It's nice that Java supporst unicode, so 
> toUpperCase() works for us just fine, just the conversions back
> and forth are troublesome.
 
> Rafał (ISO-8859-2 user)
> 

All the character sets are supported, I'm just missing
something somewhere. I'll find it!

jvz.

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Jason van Zyl
jvanzyl@periapt.com


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