Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Re: base64 to the rescue!
Author: Hannes Walln÷fer Posted: 1/19/1999; 6:58:53 AM Topic: WDDX Annotated DTD Msg #: 2232 (In response to 2179) Prev/Next: 2231 / 2233
For most European languages, support for non-ASCII characters is absolutely essential - you can hardly form a text longer than one sentence without them. I just saw that WDDX uses a special
tag. Would that be viable solution for XML-RPC?
Right now, Frontier-to-Frontier RPC handles non-ASCII characters correctly (at least Windows to Windows), but the XP parser throws an exception (and I guess it has the XML spec on its side).
Another question: how do I pass a struct as an RPC argument in Frontier? (Tom Fürstner, our local Frontier guru is out of town)
There are responses to this message:
- Re: base64 to the rescue!, Dave Winer, 1/19/1999; 7:02:09 AM
- Re: base64 to the rescue!, Fredrik Lundh, 1/19/1999; 10:26:41 AM
- Re: base64 to the rescue!, Simeon Simeonov, 1/25/1999; 7:58:37 AM
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