#53 cwb-s-encode should also check character encoding

TODO-3.5
closed-fixed
6
2014-07-02
2012-11-11
No

In CWB 3.4+, cwb-encode requires character encoding to be declared, validates input (to some extent) and converts UTF-8 strings to standard normalized form. cwb-s-encode should do the same for an attribute with annotations and require an encoding declaration in this case.

Discussion

  • Andrew Hardie

    Andrew Hardie - 2013-05-10
    • assigned_to: Andrew Hardie
    • Group: --> TODO-3.5
     
  • Andrew Hardie

    Andrew Hardie - 2014-07-02
    • status: open --> closed-fixed
     
  • Andrew Hardie

    Andrew Hardie - 2014-07-02

    Done.

     

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