> On Sep 28, 2008, at 09:49, Arno Garrels wrote:
>> It doesn't seem to be mandatory, however suggested to use UTF-8 since
>> January 2005, RFC 3986
> Thank you! For some reason I missed that 3986 obsoletes 2396.
If you are interested, I just checked in my UTF-8 changes (v7).
The webserver demo lists all kind of arabic files now :) The links
do work however TextToHtmlText() still shows a "?" when a character
cannot be HTML encoded.
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