W dniu 09.04.2013 19:40, Jürgen Kreileder napisał:
> Jakub Narębski <jna...@gmail.com> writes:
>> Jürgen Kreileder wrote:
>>> Properly encode site and project names for RSS and Atom feeds.
>>> - my $title = "$site_name - $project/$action";
>>> + my $title = to_utf8($site_name) . " - " . to_utf8($project) .
>> Was this patch triggered by some bug?
> Yes, I actually see broken encoding with the old code, e.g on
> my first name is messed up in the title tag.
> New version: https://git.blackdown.de/?p=contactalbum.git;a=rss
>> Because the above is not necessary, as git_feed() has
>> $title = esc_html($title);
>> a bit later, which does to_utf8() internally.
> Good point. But it doesn't fix the string in question:
> It looks like to_utf8("$a $b") != (to_utf8($a) . " " . to_utf8($b)).
Strange. I wonder if the bug is in our to_utf8() implementation,
or in Encode, or in Perl... and whether this bug can be triggered
anywhere else in gitweb.
What Perl version and Encode module version do you use?
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