Hi Charlie!

Charlie Clark wrote:
> Am 02.03.2011, 12:29 Uhr, schrieb yuppie<y.2...@wcm-solutions.de>:
>> getPreferredCharsets()[0] always returns 'utf-8' **if** UTF-8 is
>> accepted.
>> If 'utf-8' is not in getPreferredCharsets(), it is not very likely that
>> the browser speaks UTF-8 and processInputs will not even try to decode
>> with UTF-8. In that case it might be better to respond with an accepted
>> encoding.
> I think you are drawing the wrong conclusion

I did talk about getPreferredCharsets(), not about the Accept-Charset 

> some browsers (Internet
> Explorer and Safari spring to mind but this will also be the behaviour in
> Opera from 11.10) simply don't have an accept-charset header and the W3C
> says this means you can throw anything at them, in which case UTF-8 is a
> good choice.

You implemented this in getPreferredCharsets(), so that method says 
UTF-8 is accepted if no Accept-Charset header is set.

And Five always used this line which has the same effect::

     charsets = envadapter.getPreferredCharsets() or ['utf-8']


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