From: Robert Ribnitz <ribnitz@li...> - 2004-05-29 12:05:10
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> 1. Re: Internationalisation tests and ... euro sign (Lachlan Andrew)
>From: Lachlan Andrew <lha@...>
>To: Gabriele Bartolini <g.bartol@...>,
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>Subject: Re: [htdig-dev] Internationalisation tests and ... euro sign
>Date: Sat, 29 May 2004 11:00:51 +1000
>Someone just reported this as a bug...
>I suggested replacing the "¬" entity by a "€" entity (see
>attached patch). That is a real hack, since the "&#xxx;"
>representation of "¬" will be incorrectly displayed as a euro
>sign instead of a not, but it should do until we get unicode support.
>Should we commit this hack, or just leave it as an optional patch?
I think it would be a good idea to handle Euros correctly (as €), given
that 12 of the 25 EU states) use it as legal tender (probably accounting
for more than half of the 450 Million Citizens of the EU