[Seaside] Downloads and filenames with diacritics

Sebastian Sastre sebastian at flowingconcept.com
Wed Sep 29 19:34:23 UTC 2010

In a quick test, you'll find that it makes the filename to be longer (than using the hex encoding).
We'll stick to the hex idea to allow larger filename sizes (max 127 for the app user = 254 in the server's OS) and also because it's already in production since yesterday working just fine , so...

But, sure, http encoding it's another option that should be perfectly fine.

About locale... I didn't get you, but tell me what message to which object would give the answer to what you wanted to see and I can check it for you

On Sep 29, 2010, at 3:52 PM, Philippe Marschall wrote:

> 2010/9/29 Sebastian Sastre <sebastian at flowingconcept.com>:
>> It's linux ext3 but whatever it was using it wasn't playing nice with xsendfile, so
> Can you give us the output of `locale`?
> Thinking about it again, only ASCII is allowed in HTTP headers. Maybe
> you can try to percent encode the values.
> Cheers
> Philippe
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