Thanks, this is really great! Does anybody know about FunFormKit and
>From: Matt Feifarek <matt@...>
>To: Costas Malamas <costasm@...>
>Subject: Re: [Webware-discuss] WK/FFK and Unicode?
>Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2003 11:35:43 -0400
>>I've been researching a move of my website to Unicode instead of the
>>Latin-1/Ascii mess that it's now. I realized that WK/FFK may limit that
>>process; so my question is, is there a way (easy or hard) to have WK/FFK
>>treat both input and output as unicode? That includes both Page.write()
>We had the same problem a while back; it took us a while to solve, but we
>wrote up our results. We also had a couple of databases on different
>platforms to contend with, so the doc is pretty thorough.
>In general, python works very well with unicode, and therefore so does
>Webware. Once you get a browser, a web server, and a database involved,
>it's trickier. The form-processing code needs to be able to reasonably
>detect if it's eating encoded-unicode, and act accordingly. It's no biggie,
>but it takes a few small steps all set right to get it working end-to-end.
>Incidentally, we also have sepcifically implemented full unicode support in
>our own Form processing library for Ww, "FormKit".
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