Daniel Dekany wrote:
>Thursday, April 28, 2005, 3:11:01 PM, Peter Eis wrote:
>>[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>>>Hello the list,
>>> In Zope.conf ( ZOPE 2.7.5-final ) I changed "rest-input-encoding" and
>>>"rest-output-encoding" to send "UTF-8" and then restarted the server. But in
>>>webbrowser, the files are always received in "windows-1252".
>>Do you access zope directly or are you running behind a web server like
>>In the latter you'll have to change the default encoding in the apache
>Out of curiosity: How is that? I would think that Zope creates the whole
>HTTP response (so including the Content-Type: text/html;charset=utf-8
>header). OK, mod proxy and such may change some headers in it, but the
>Content-Type's charset? The charset is about the HTTP response body,
>which is surely created inside Zope.
Right, the page itself will be delivered in uft-8.
When we connected directly to zope the encoding was set to utf-8.
It's just that if you're using Apache in front of zope the browser
switches to the encoding which Apache is set to.
After we changed the default character set from ISO-8859-1 to utf-8 the
browser automatically changed it's character encoding to utf-8.
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