Chris Withers wrote at 2005-5-25 20:54 +0100:
>Joern Wallstabe wrote:
>> Seem Zopes ZPT system is trying to do the encoding, depending on on 
>> setHeader() method.
>> So if this header is set you can simply return unicode strings.
>It's actually lower down in the stack... ZPublisher encodes the 
>response, and has a stoopid hard coded default of 'latin-1' that it 
>returns ;-)

You are wrong:

  ZPublisher uses what it finds in the "charset" parameter
  of the "Content-Type" response header.

  Only the default is "latin-1" (as specified by the HTML

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