[squeak-dev] Re: [Seaside] SqueakSource/Seaside question - has anyone seen this problem before?

Bob Arning arning315 at comcast.net
Sat Dec 28 20:52:53 UTC 2013

On 12/28/13 2:45 PM, Philippe Marschall wrote:
> Is that the same image aswww.squeaksource.com? If so was the image
> ever updated? AFAIK the method did ISO-8859-1 previously.
Well, it's the image David Lewis gave me to look at, but where it came 
from, he will need to answer.

What is in *this* image is

     svp 5/13/2003 15:29 HttpRequest class 
decodeUrlEncodedForm:multipleValues: {parsing}

which expects UTF-8, while a newer image I use has

     pmm 5/29/2007 07:31 HttpRequest class 
decodeUrlEncodedForm:multipleValues: {parsing}

which does 8859-1. The two latest versions of the KomHttpServer in 
David's image are:

Name: KomHttpServer-ar.8
Author: ar
Time: 6 September 2009, 11:25:00.032 am
UUID: e67bf476-8358-6d4e-a0a1-f2c23b78a85a
Ancestors: KomHttpServer-pmm.7

Update for BlockClosure support.
Name: KomHttpServer-pmm.7
Author: pmm
Time: 4 March 2006, 2:55:55 pm
UUID: 33842fe3-5b5e-41ad-ad7f-4e761141cae1
Ancestors: KomHttpServer-gk.6

- added support for FastSocketStream

neither of which appear in the ancestry of a newer image KomHttpServer 
package. So, it's relatively old code, which I guess is not a surprise.


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