Gregg P. <[email protected]…> writes:
I have followed the rails wiki to convert my rails application to use
However, my client actually wants ISO-8859-1 encoding, which I’m
coming to realize is somehow different then UTF8. Having UTF8 allows me
to use alot of the ISO-8859-1 strings, but not all of them.
Could you give us some exemple of string in ISO-8859-1 that don’t
I personnaly don’t so any until here. From my own I do web sites in
languages, french, english, slovak and actually use UTF-8 all the time,
have any problem until now, except first to find how to save my files in
radrails do that really easely.
So my questions are:
- What is the difference?
I personaly past some good hours looking at it and find this ressource
for me :
- How do I configure my application for ISO-8859-1? I tried just
changing the content-type, but there must be more to that.
I just get a really fast look to the wiki page you give up and I think
might put your application as it was before you did that.
About the Content-Type, this is only gona inform the browser about the
of your page, so if your page is not encoded with the same charset it
Thanks in advance,
Good luck with charsets,