[Seaside] how to display special html caracters?
vladmanchev at gmail.com
Thu Mar 25 19:38:20 UTC 2010
It's weird. I tried with an UTF8 encoding for WAComancheAdaptator and it's
the same problem with accents...
I also tried a Latin1TextConverter with a Latin-1 encoding but it doesn't
solve the problem.
Oh, and I also tried to stop WAKom and start WAKomEncoded, not a solution.
When I check my data with the 'explore' message, accents are displayed well
but not in the web browser.
2010/3/25 Michael Delache <vladmanchev at gmail.com>
> I'm using seaside 3.0a5. Thanks, I'll try that
> 2010/3/25 Richard Durr <richard.durr at googlemail.com>
> Which version of seaside are you using? If you are using Seaside 2.9
>> or 3.0 you could open the seaside-controllpanel, open the context-menu
>> for you adapter and pick a text-converter. Otherwise you could try to
>> switch to WAKomEncoded somehow like that: WAKom stop. WAKomEncoded
>> startOn: 8080.
>> On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 7:13 PM, Michael Delache <vladmanchev at gmail.com>
>> > Hi,
>> > I have some strings containing sepcial html caracters (like accents,
>> é, è
>> > , à, etc...). If I try to render them, they are not rendered like they
>> > supposed to be. How can I get them displayed correctly?
>> > By the way, they are get by a UTF8TextConverter from an xml file.
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