Hi everybody I'm trying to export some data in the Json format using the json_pure library I've well prepared my structure in my program and I used the generate method to get the Jon output. But, during the generation, an error occurs saying that it met a character that is not utf-8 encoded.? Do this mean that I'm obliged to give UTF-8 encoded strings in my objects to get my json output, and if it is the case, do you now good ruby utf-8 encoding library to advise it to me? Thank you!
on 2009-01-15 01:50
on 2009-01-16 10:52
I did not check, but probably you need to use utf8 strings, at least for ruby 1.8 For encoding into utf8, you need to know what is your string's current encoding, and then change the string into utf8 encoding. You can use iconv() (google ruby iconv) for that change. izidor
on 2009-01-16 13:04
Amazouz Loui wrote: > I've well prepared my structure in my program and I used the generate > method > to get the Jon output. But, during the generation, an error occurs > saying > that it met a character that is not utf-8 encoded.? Json *only* supports Unicode text. See http://www.unicode.org/ If you want to send arbitrary binary data, you need to encode it first into a textual form, e.g. using base64 encoding. If you want to sent 8-bit text which is not UTF-8, then you can transcode it to UTF-8 (probably the "right thing" in this context), or base64 encode it.
on 2009-01-16 13:04
Sorry I meant http://www.json.org/ - must engage brain sooner!
on 2009-01-18 09:05
OK, thank you Brian and Izidor, I will see in that way. But I want to know something more, what is exactly the role of the KCode Variable? Than kyou!
on 2009-01-18 18:40
On Jan 18, 2009, at 1:03 AM, Lyes A. wrote: > I will see in that way. But I want to know something more, what is > exactly the role of the KCode Variable? I answer that specific question in this blog post: http://blog.grayproductions.net/articles/the_kcode... If you want more general character encoding information, you may wish to start reading from the beginning of that series: http://blog.grayproductions.net/articles/understanding_m17n Hope that helps. James Edward G. II
on 2009-01-20 10:09
Hello James! Thank you for the quick answer, I will see whate you gave me