On Wed, 2003-10-15 at 12:50, Lennart Regebro wrote:
> Leonardo Rochael Almeida wrote:
> > If you set the "management_page_charset" property to "utf-8" in a folder
> > (even the root folder) then Zope will inform the browser that the
> > charset of the management pages of this folder and all subobjects is
> > utf-8 and the IDs in the folder listing page will look right.
> This does seem to solve the problem (at least with OpenOffice. Cadaver 
> does not like it, but that is probably a Cadaver bug).

If the "does not seem to like it" is just a charset display issue, and
not an explicit error condition, then this is probably because Cadaver
is a command line client, which usually (but not always) means that it's
totally obvlivious to charset issues. It'll just spew whatever it
receives from the server to your terminal and vice-versa. In this case,
it's your terminal's job to interpret utf-8 chars correctly in this
case, and to pass accented chars to Cadaver as two byte utf-8 sequences
when you type them on the terminal.

Cheers, Leo

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solitary confinement.

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