Jonas Walld?n wrote:
>Stephen R. van den Berg <<srb[at]cuci.nl>> wrote:
>>I.e. I already verified that the database contains a real 2010
>>characters binary, at RXML level the variable confirms that it
>>contains that number of characters. However, as soon is it gets sent
>>to the browser it ends up being around 3045 bytes (most likely an
>>UTF-8 output conversion).
>Can you log the HTTP headers for this transmission? It would be
>interesting to see if there's a "; charset=UTF-8" appended to the
>Content-Type value you assign. Also, if you save the 3045 bytes and
>decode as if it was UTF-8, do you get a clean decode and any wide
>chars in the resulting string?
Well, if I don't override the Content-Type like in the sample code, it
actually shows text/html; charset=utf-8, I believe.
In the code the output_charset is indeed utf-8.
I'll hunt down the spot where it gets set to utf-8 and get back.
Stephen R. van den Berg.
What if there were no hypothetical questions?