#6042: correct outlining of encoding in the form tag
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    Reporter:  euromark   |          Type:  Enhancement
      Status:  new        |      Priority:  Low        
   Milestone:  1.2.x.x    |     Component:  General    
     Version:  1.2 Final  |      Severity:  Normal     
    Keywords:             |   Php_version:  n/a        
Cake_version:             |  
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 usually a form looks like this (even with App.encoding set to utf-8
 {{{
 <form id="XForm" method="post" action="/x/add">
 }}}[[BR]]

 this should be done automatically - especially as all UTF-8 forms (with
 Ajax Submitting or not) should have it declared as utf-8
 [[BR]]
 [[BR]]

 this enhancement inside the "form helper function" create() in
 /libs/view/helpers/form.php fixes this:
 {{{
         function create($model = null, $options = array()) {
                 $defaultModel = null;
                 $view =& ClassRegistry::getObject('view');

                 if (is_array($model) && empty($options)) {
                         $options = $model;
                         $model = null;
                 }

                 /** CORE-HACK 2009-01-22 ms / correct form encoding */
                 $encoding = Configure::read('App.encoding');
                 if (!empty($encoding)) {
                         $options['accept-charset'] = low($encoding);
                 }
                 /** CORE-HACK 2009-01-22 end */

                 if (empty($model) && $model !== false &&
 !empty($this->params['models'])) {
                         ...
 }}}
 [[BR]]

 it now looks like this:
 {{{
 <form accept-charset="utf-8" id="XForm" method="post" action="/x/add">
 }}}

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Ticket URL: <https://trac.cakephp.org/ticket/6042>
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