UTF-8 + HTML::Template + CGI::Fast
nick at ccl4.org
Fri Dec 4 11:56:22 GMT 2009
On Fri, Dec 04, 2009 at 11:49:09AM +0000, Philip Potter wrote:
> I don't know if this problem is in general solvable, because user
> agents are not required to declare what encoding they are using to
> submit form contents. Even when the form uses the
> accept-charset="utf-8" attribute to restrict the user agent to only
> one charset, firefox doesn't append charset=utf-8 to the Content-type:
> HTTP header.
> I don't see how you're supposed to guess what encoding the user agent
> used if it won't tell you. Does anyone else have any ideas?
I've not used it, but see http://www.joshisanerd.com/set/
It's a very crafty idea of using HTML entities and hidden form fields to start
to deduce which particular crack the browser is smoking.
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