Michael Shadle wrote:
On Wed, Apr 8, 2009 at 8:58 PM, Michael A. Peters <mpet...@mac.com> wrote:
Yes it should - I believe php 6 is suppose to be much better at native UTF8.
At least according to some blog I read somewhere (IE don't believe me
without reservation, it's third hand knowledge at best)
afaik you're right, it's supposed to be fully unicode. or at least -was-
however, how long until it is production stable... when i am sure
someone can hack together a patch to make saveHTML unicode capable :p
I did a little reading on the issue and I don't think php 6 will fix it.
The issue is with libxml2 - it mutilates utf8 when exporting to html and
php function wraps the libxml2 function.
I don't know - but perhaps using saveXML() and then using a translation
tool (maybe xslt?) to convert to HTML.
I actually had a function I wrote using preg_replace (started out as a
wordpress plugin someone else wrote) but it could not properly handle
cdata blocks - I'll see if I can find it.
I don't use it anymore as I use saveHTML() now for html output.
Maybe running iconv on the output would fix it?
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