#3619 (ok 4.1) Support 4-byte UTF-8 symbols (`utf8mb4`)

Latest_Git
fixed
nobody
1
2013-12-12
2012-06-26
No

All 4-byte characters in the database (stored with `utf8mb4` on MySQL 5.5.x) are being displayed as '?'. They are fine in the database — confirmed by our own scripts that use `SET NAMES utf8mb4` and by using the command-line `mysql` utility.

Here’s an example of such a symbol, in case you wanna test this: http://graphemica.com/%F0%9D%8C%86

This has been discussed here before: https://sourceforge.net/projects/phpmyadmin/forums/forum/72909/topic/4380272

Discussion

  • Mathias Bynens

    Mathias Bynens - 2012-06-26
    • labels: --> Character Sets and Collations
    • milestone: --> 2400774
     
  • Mathias Bynens

    Mathias Bynens - 2012-06-26
    • milestone: 2400774 --> 2824804
     
  • Mathias Bynens

    Mathias Bynens - 2012-07-31
    • milestone: 2824804 --> Latest_Git
     
  • Michal Čihař

    Michal Čihař - 2013-08-15

    What is actually needed to add support? You can choose the charset as used for connection and everything should work just fine.

     
  • Michal Čihař

    Michal Čihař - 2013-08-15

    Ah phpMyAdmin enforces utf8 charset, fixed that in fb30c148f22f3e1534cb216a5994660b09c70795.

     
  • Michal Čihař

    Michal Čihař - 2013-08-15
    • summary: Support 4-byte UTF-8 symbols (utf8mb4) --> (ok 4.1) Support 4-byte UTF-8 symbols (utf8mb4)
    • status: open --> resolved
    • Priority: 5 --> 1
     
  • Marc Delisle

    Marc Delisle - 2013-12-12
    • Status: resolved --> fixed
     

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