On Fri, Aug 29, 2008 at 3:18 AM, Mark Aufflick
> Hi Stephen,
> What does ns_conn write_encoded false do (although it is somewhat self
> explanatory)?

With the write_encoded flag set (which ns_startcontent sets) ns_write
will assume you're sending character data and will want to encode it
into iso-8859-1, or whatever is configured.

With the write_encoded flag off, ns_write will use
Tcl_GetByteArrayFromObj() rather than Tcl_GetStringFromObj(), and
because you used Tcl_NewByteArrayObj() in your C code, your bytes will
pass through unmolested.

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