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Tyler Nally wrote at 2006-11-30 17:17 -0500:
>> From: Dieter Maurer [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>> It occurs when a template mixes unicode and some non unicode string
>> containing non ASCII characters.
>OK... very good.  How do I get my hands on the template that has the
>embedded Unicode characters?

Usually, it is not the template itself.

As the template contains text, it should (in principle) be unicode --
but Zope is still not that far. There are patches around to change
this state and Zope 2.10 might support unicode templates (but I am unsure).

Thus, usually, the template is not unicode and some dynamic parts
(included via "tal:content|replace|attributes") are unicode.

To analyse those problems (I have set Python's default encoding
to my site encoding such that I do no longer see such problems)
I would reproduce the problem in an interactive Python interpreter
("bin/zopectl debug" under *nix -- there are also solution for
Windows, but you need to search for them yourself) and use
"" to find out all relevant details.

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