From: Mark Cilia Vincenti (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Sep 27 2006 - 08:54:50 CST
Apparently there isn't. The webserver (IIS) allows you to specify which
DLL to choose for the SSI include. IIS has its own DLL. Perhaps someone
might have made his own DLL to solve this problem, but I can't find any
information and was hoping to see if anyone encountered this problem and
perhaps found a solution.
Depending on the file being saved in UTF-8 format without BOM is very
prone to human error in a work environment where a number of different
people will be doing changes.
Mark Cilia Vincenti - Internal Developer - Marketing
GFI Software - www.gfi.com
From: Philippe Verdy [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 27 September 2006 4:47 PM
To: Mark Cilia Vincenti; Addison Phillips; Jukka K. Korpela
Subject: Re: Problem with SSI and BOM
From: "Mark Cilia Vincenti" <email@example.com>
> i.e. a static HTML page has 3 SSI calls. One for the top template, one
> for the side template and one for the bottom template. When the
> files (which contain HTML code) are saved as UTF-8 with a BOM, then
> BOM is being included, and right on top of the 3 templates an empty
> is being inserted.
Also: can't you update the SSI implementation on your server? isn't
there a way in the SSI syntax to specify that the imported file must
have its leading BOM discarded if present, by specifying that it is
effectively UTF-8 encoded? Isn't there some SSI directives you could use
before using SSI calls? Or some tuning site parameters for the SSI
component of your webserver?
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