[Seaside] I18N support
Yoshiki.Ohshima at acm.org
Mon Nov 3 01:06:27 CET 2003
> but I'm still confused. I want to treat every incoming form data as
> UTF-8, store everything (all text properties) as Unicode and encode
> the outgoing HTML and XML data as UTF-8.
I once made Seaside be able to handle Japanese characters. With the
m17n36-2.sar package, whose internal encoding is based on Unicode, you
should be able to do what you describe.
> Or how do you handle data in multiple languages usually? I'm content
> with support for the Latin script of the European languages for now,
> but storing stuff as Unicode offers uniform handling and
> future-proofness (in case e.g. the Asian market becomes interesting).
The m17n36-2.sar on squeaklet.com:8080 is downloadable. Try it out.
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