Yes, it's Zope 2.10.4 with CMF 2.1.0, all of them on Python 2.4.4, all
of them on CentOS 4.4 (or maybe .5 now?) (maybe not at exactly the same
patch/upgrade level, but the python is custom built). In fact the
entire product list is exactly the same!
OK, so I think maybe my devel machine is CentOS 4.4, and the production
systems are CentOS 4.5, but that's as much difference as there might be,
worst case scenario. I have a hard time picturing this making much of a
difference in the PT encoding though :P
From: Maciej Wisniowski [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: August 30, 2007 08:49
To: Doyon, Jean-Francois
Cc: Chris Withers; email@example.com
Subject: Re: [Zope] UTF encoding problem w/ ZPT's (No, not the usual :)
> As for subversion, I took great care to make sure everything was utf-8
> on the FS, during development, and I know Subersion uses utf-8
> internally, so I'm not sure what it would change it to. Once checked
> back out, it still looks like utf-8 ... I'm saying all this based on
> the assumption that the string -> unicode difference might come from
> the encoding of the PT itself?
Which Zope version do you have and are you sure your versions are same
in both environments?
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