[pmwiki-users] Pagenames with accented characters
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Sat Jul 18 12:46:00 CDT 2009
Anyone have any insight into this? I've had email off-line from people
for whom the cookbook does work -- so the problem is something in my
config. I've tried in an out of the box configuration, and still cannot
get it to work.
The odd thing is that the $MakePageNamePatterns is being picked up,
since the conversion of the 'e' to a '3' works fine in the same config.
~ ~ Dave
> I'm trying to implement the Cookbook/ISO8859MakePageNamePatterns. I've
> copy/pasted the code in the "For ISO 8859-1 (Latin-1 Western European)"
> section into config.php -- it's the very first code in the config.
> However, it doesn't seem to do anything. Is there some other setting
> that the replacement is dependent on (document charset, international
> settings on the host machine)? (I'm on Windows, running 2.2.1 if that
> makes a difference.)
> Here's the steps I follow (refer to DaveG/Accents):
> 1] Add code to config.php (appears at top of config)
> 2] Create a new page with an accented link to a non-existent page:
> [[heres a ß Wierd accent]]
> [[heres a Þ Wierd accent]]
> 3] Click the link, to create a new page.
> 4] The URL of the page is:
> So the accented character is replaced with the escape version %df. This
> seems to be the default processing of PmWiki. Basically the new patterns
> are not kicking in.
> To verify that $MakePageNamePatterns was being handled, I add another
> pattern to the array:
> '/e/' => '3',
> When I click the accented link I get a page where all the 'e' are
> replaced with '3':
> So the replacement is occurring, just not for the accented characters.
> ~ ~ Dave
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