Re: Names for UTF-8 with and without BOM

From: Michael \(michka\) Kaplan (
Date: Sat Nov 02 2002 - 13:29:45 EST

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    From: "Joseph Boyle" <>

    > These are listed as examples to demonstrate the idea of a configuration
    > listing encoding constraints. The fact that each constraint is arguable is
    > good reason to make the constraints configurable, and therefore to have
    > names to distinguish BOM and non-BOM UTF-8.

    Yes, but the fact that every one of them can have it or not and only
    inadequate parsers will ever really have a problem with them is a good
    indication that it is not really required for the users who care about
    separate charset names....


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