[html-formfu] unicode and yml?
josef.chladek at gmail.com
Mon Sep 24 16:04:32 GMT 2007
Am 24.09.2007 um 16:54 schrieb Josef Chladek:
>>> follow-up: without the Unicode Plugin error-messages from
>>> (although that file is utf8) are not correctly shown, for example
>>> 'Required' produces a broken umlaut (can't paste), if I change the
>>> browsers encoding to iso-8859-1 it is correctly shown!
>>> you can prove this by using:
>>> languages: ['de']
>>> in the .yml file, take a form an leave a required field blank
>> Have you tried using myapp_test.pl to spit the output to your
>> Have you ensured that your webserver is sending a Content-Type header
>> with charset=utf-8 ? Or an equivalent html declaration?
>> (Find out your headers with `lwp-request -e http://host/file`)
>> Which cpan/svn version of HTML-FormFu are you using?
>> I can't test anything without your cat-app.
> hello carl,
> well I have
> $c->response->content_type('text/html; charset=utf-8');
> in my end and in my tt
> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8"/>
> and the result is utf-8 in the console. headers say utf-8 as well.
> HTML-Formu latest from cpan (0.01005).
> my test-app attached, to see the grabled 'Required' message,
> ucomment line 17 and comment line 16 in Test.pm
sorry, uncommenting/commenting shows the initial utf-8 problem
to see the 'Required' message with the bad umlaut, you just have to
submit in a browser
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