Apropos of nothing, but the xhtml media types are basically deprecated now
anyway.   You are much better off using a doctype of html and letting the
user agent do the right thing with the content.  XHTML documents don't get
special handling in any modern user agents.



On Sun, Apr 15, 2018 at 10:34 AM, Guido Brugnara <g...@leader.it> wrote:

> ----- Il 15-apr-18, alle 16:29, sergio ser...@outerface.net ha scritto:
>
> > On 15/04/18 16:50, Guido Brugnara wrote:
> > .................
> >
> > I'm using mason2 + poet + plack + mod_perl. And as understand the
> > content type is a poet responsibility.
>
> Using file "/Base.mc" you can check if work this example:
>
> % $m->res->content_type('application/xhtml+xml');
> <% inner() %>
>
> I have not verified. I'm sorry.
>
> bye
> gdo
>
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