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From wr...@apache.org
Subject Re: general/9155: some chinese characters can't be used in URL
Date Mon, 17 Dec 2001 17:06:03 GMT
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Synopsis: some chinese characters can't be used in URL

State-Changed-From-To: open-closed
State-Changed-By: wrowe
State-Changed-When: Mon Dec 17 09:06:03 PST 2001

While Apache 1.3 could often implement the underlying 
locale-specific code page of the Windows workstation, the
results were certainly anything but predictable.  Notably,
if you attempt to use utf-8 URI's, the results were likely

Apache 2.0 already uses UTF-8 for the mapping of the client
request to the Unicode filesystem on all Windows NT (2k,XP)
so any filename can be represented.

Give the Apache 2.0.28 beta a try, and please let us know
your reaction to the utf-8 support!

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