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|0001962||[Quercus]||minor||always||08-22-07 08:51||03-24-08 12:18|
|Summary||0001962: Quercus (3.1.2) + Drupal (5.2) = no way to make non US-ASCII chars in form textareas working|
I tried with every unicode.runtime_encoding, unicode.output_encoding, script-encoding configuration but I'm not able to find a configuration that allow me to edit a simple node content, put there an Euro symbol and other ISO-8859-15 chars (italian letter like тащи) and have it correctly previewed, saved and displayed.
I also tested the same thing on your own drupal deploy: http://forum.caucho.com/index.php?q=node%2f70 [^]
As you can see there are no special chars: furthermore everything I wrote after the italian letters have been lost.
|As an additional information I configured my account on this mantis to use the italian language. I see bad chars everywhere the italian words use non US-ASCII chars. (I added this, because I guess that this mantis run under quercus, too)|
I had some issues with Swedish letters in blog posts. I would actually get an SQLException. Using the following JDBC URL for my DataSource solved that problem:
Adding the 2 properties fixes the SQLException in case I use the default utf8 configuration in quercus (no iso-8859-1 conf around).
But, even if it give no more exception it does not correctly save what I place in my textareas. Instead it will store escaped sequences. Unfortunately I cannot paste exactly the result I have because mantis will not accept them (read the chars as ISO-8859-1 ,show them as UTF-8, read it again as ISO-8859-1 and so on.. do this multiple times and you understand what I have as the result)
I just tested with drupal 5.2 with both a mysql and pgsql database
and I am able to reproduce the correct functioning. I setup both with
the UTF-8 encoding. This is on my machine, I still see the problem
on the caucho forum. I will have to check further to verify the
encoding used there and what version of Querucs is in use.
Tested on the forum:
The default connection encoding fix for mysql in 3.1.5
has addressed this issue.
|08-22-07 08:51||bago||New Issue|
|08-22-07 09:24||bago||Note Added: 0002218|
|08-22-07 23:34||ntherning||Note Added: 0002223|
|08-23-07 01:04||bago||Note Added: 0002224|
|11-19-07 20:35||mo||Status||new => assigned|
|11-19-07 20:35||mo||Assigned To||=> mo|
|01-01-08 03:46||mo||Note Added: 0002695|
|03-24-08 12:18||mo||Status||assigned => closed|
|03-24-08 12:18||mo||Note Added: 0002881|
|03-24-08 12:18||mo||Resolution||open => fixed|
|03-24-08 12:18||mo||Fixed in Version||=> 3.1.5|
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