[Seaside] Commanche image file problem
jbjohns at libsource.com
Thu Sep 7 18:50:01 UTC 2006
David Shaffer wrote:
> Jason Johnson wrote:
>> Jason Johnson wrote:
>>> I'm trying to serve simple static pages with Commanche but it doesn't
>>> seem willing to serve images. I was planning on doing a seaside
>>> application and having my own stylesheets feed the image from the
>>> server directly, but if it wont serve jpeg files that will be some
>>> what of a setback. :) It says "incorrect utf8 data detected" or
>>> something like that if I browse the file directly in the browser.
>>> Thanks in advance,
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> Maybe Kom is returning an error message instead of the file contents.
> Try: (HttpService serviceNamed: 'httpd') mode: #debug and then hit your
> server from the browser. Do you get a debugger? If not, maybe it is a
> file encoding problem. Set a halt in ModFile>>processHttp and see if
> anything looks fishy.
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Actually I found the problem. It is in the class ModFile in the
KomHttpServer-Modules group. It does the following:
HttpResponse current: (HttpResponse
fromStream: (FileDirectory default readOnlyFileNamed:
But if I do
a := FileDirectory default readOnlyFileNamed: 'C:\location to my jpeg file'.
It evaluates to a MultiByteStream and the first time I do a next on this
stream I get an execption "Invalide UTF8 input detected".
I'm not really sure what to do here. I didn't see any other modules to
try and use that expected images.
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