askxuefeng wrote: > But how to resolve html files with utf-8 and iso-8859-1? I mean, some files > have utf-8 encoding, and some is iso-8859-1, and even more. > I don't think Resin offers a clever way of doing that, but you could probably implement a filter. The filter could for example buffer the first few lines of the response, inspect the META tag for content type and set that content type on the response. That will of course only work for HTML files with a META tag for the Content-Type. Other strategies could be used as well, such as looking for the redundant/optional UTF-8 byte order mark (BOM) at the beginning of the file. Scanning the entire file for known byte encodings of common characters may also work as circumstantial evidence for a text file's character set.
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