[dancer-users] character encoding
ivan at bessarabov.ru
Thu Dec 19 13:35:19 GMT 2013
As I know it is better to write:
use open qw(:std :utf8);
It will mark all channels (STDIN, STDOUT, STDERR) to work with utf8 (not
only STDOUT, as you wrote)
On Thursday, December 19, 2013, Attila Bárdi wrote:
> Hey Gunnar,
> this is it. I don't remember what did I do yesterday night and why it was
> not working, but now I tested it and it is perfect!
> The solution was what you wrote: just omit setting the *binmode STDOUT,
> 'utf8';* and use the rest. And that is it.
> I would like to thank all of you for your help!
> Best regards,
> 'cvml', 'wanradt at gmail.com');>> wrote:
>> 'cvml', 'attila.bardi at gmail.com');>>
>>> But I don't know the solution.
>> You must deal with decoding in your module, but in your script it should
>> work like this:
>> use strict;
>> use warnings;
>> use Encode;
>> binmode STDOUT, 'utf8';
>> my $somebody = LdapPerson->new();
>> print "displayname: " . decode('utf-8', $somebody->get_displayName() ) .
>> In Dancer you must omit setting binmode on STDOUT, because Dancer sets it
>> itself. Hope it gives some hints how to deal with such problem.
>> Kõike hääd,
>> dancer-users mailing list
>> 'dancer-users at dancer.pm');>
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