Re: browsers and unicode surrogates

From: Martin Duerst (
Date: Tue Apr 23 2002 - 20:56:20 EDT

Just a very small correction:

At 07:19 02/04/22 -0400, James H. Cloos Jr. wrote:

>There are other ways as well. Apache will already (if you use the
>default configs) add the Content-Language header if you use a filename
>like foo.en.html. You could have it also add the charset via a
>similar mechanism. Something like:
>AddCharset UTF-8 utf8
>will make foobar.en.utf-8.html send the headers:

This should of course be foobar.en.utf8.html

(or you can extend it to the extension utf-8 by saying

AddCharset UTF-8 utf8 utf-8

>Content-Language: en
>Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8

Regards, Martin.

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