* Bill Moseley wrote:
>On Fri, Sep 21, 2007 at 12:49:26PM -0700, David Nesting wrote:
>> For most uses of libwww, developers do little with character encoding.
>> Indeed, for general-case use of LWP::Simple, they can't, because that
>> information isn't even exposed.  Has any thought gone into doing this
>> internally within libwww, so that when I fetch content, I get back text
>> instead of octets?
>If you have the response object:
>    $response->decoded_content;

That removes content encodings like gzip and deflate, but David is
asking about character encodings like utf-8 and iso-8859-1. Content
encodings are applied after character encodings.
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