From experience I can say that making UTF8 work reliably is a non-trivial task, especially when trying to interact with the various sub-systems. So...:

- do you have "use utf8;" at the top of the Perl module?

- how is that character entering the Perl interpretor?  ie: is it being loaded from a file, a database, hand-coded inside the source file, etc.

- Is your HTML header setting the appropriate UTF8 strings so that the browser is displaying the content correctly?

regards,
Mathew Robertson


Blesson Paul wrote:
Hi,

I have an issue with Polish character ś. This
charecter is corrupted when it is outputed through
HTML::Template->output(). 

Only this charecter is causing the issue. Rest of them
are fine. Is there any solution to solve this 

Thanks
blesson Paul
--- Mathew Robertson
<mathew.robertson@netratings.com.au> wrote:

  
Hi Paul,

Which version of Perl are you using?   I have used
5.6.x and 5.8.x and
found that 5.8.3 or better was required for bug-less
operation.

Mathew Robertson

Blesson Paul wrote:
    
My problem is same as this one

      
http://www.template-toolkit.org/pipermail/templates/2003-March/004314.html
  
Any fix for this.

Thanks
Blesson Paul
--- Blesson Paul <blessonpaul@yahoo.com> wrote:

  
      
Just add to that, If I didn't do Template->param,
there is no issue. That means there is no issue
        
in
    
reading or writing back.

Thanks
Blesson Paul
--- Blesson Paul <blessonpaul@yahoo.com> wrote:

    
        
Hi,

I have an issue with apache and HTML template.
      
          
When
    
        
HTML::Tempate->param process files, it add extra
charecters in between UTF charecters. It won't
happen
if I execute from command line. 

I belive there is some thing in the apache env
      
          
which
    
        
causes this issue. In most of the time,
          
control-C
    
charecter is added. 


Did anybody faced the same issue.

Thanks
Blesson Paul


       

      
          
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