Toby Dickenson  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Yes, its a PITA that the changes to the book were not available at the
> same time as the software.
> This bug report is for a problem which is different to yours, but the
> comments will probably answer your questions too.
> > I know that I can force Unicode mode by having some unicode string on the
> > page. But can I also do the reverse?
> Yes, by explicity encoding the unicode objects into the character encoding 
> that you want. If dtml only sees plain string objects then it behaves the 
> same as in all earlier versions of Zope.

Which is hardly helful for the end-user... I mean, the point of having
computers is to simplify things...

Florent Guillaume, Nuxeo (Paris, France)
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