That makes a lot of sense, thanks. Once I encode the strings in utf-8
there are no issues.
That's a great tip about setting the content_type charset correctly. The
way I was handling this so far was to specify it in the header of the page
that was displaying the text:
But setting the content type is a lot cleaner, so I'll be doing that from
Also, in case anyone googles this... by default Zope renders content with a
On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 2:56 PM, Dieter Maurer <die...@handshake.de> wrote:
> Andreas Jung wrote at 2008-12-14 16:00 +0100:
> >On 14.12.2008 15:44 Uhr, Thibaud Morel l'Horset wrote:
> >> Hey AJ,
> >> Thanks. Full traceback below. Regarding storing files, I meant the File
> >> Zope Object, as added by the following API call:
> >> newFolder.manage_addFile(id,title=title, content_type="text/plain",
> >> file=content).
> >'file' must be an open file object and not a string with the binary
> Almost: "file" is either a file like object or an "str" but not "unicode".
> @Thibaud: encode your unicode to a byte sequence ("str")
> using an adequate encoding (e.g. 'utf-8').
> You should then also indicate the chosen charset in "content_type",
> e.g. "content_type='text/plain; charset=utf-8'".
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