Hello, how do you solve the problems with czech characters? Do you use unicode or ISO-8859-2/WIN1250? How do use methods like String:upcase etc. that dont use czech characters? I would appreciate any hints for this. Thanks, David M.
on 2006-04-08 02:02
on 2006-04-14 11:26
Ahoj Davide, did you fix it already? There has been a similar topic on that (but I didn't try it): http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/61481#61086 Martin
on 2006-04-14 11:48
I have read a several threads about using unicode, but it seems to be like a big hammer . I decided to use ISO-8859-2 and redefined String methods for upcase, downcase, swapcase etc. and Array sorting method to work correctly. It was easy but not sure if its a best way. How do you solve this in you apps? PS: I know we both talk czech but I decided to still use english to remain this thread usable for others. David
on 2006-04-14 12:06
Actually, I haven't been using other languages besides English in my apps yet. But the time will come, so I'm trying to follow up on this subject and see how others are dealing with it. I'm sure I'll get back to it later. Till then I hope this issue will become obsolete ... :-) PS: I know we both talk czech but I decided to still use english to > remain this thread usable for others. > > So did I ... Z Berlina zdravi Martin ;-)