[pmwiki-users] Is there a language-safe way to get and pass parameters in the URL?
alongkiss at aprivatespot.com
Sun Jun 27 14:21:02 CDT 2010
I think I've figured out what was going on. (Thanks, Peter, for the lead...)
It appears the httpvariables recipe uses the default charset provided by the the PHP htmlentities function, while I was using utf-8. My solution was to patch the httpvariables script to make the charset explicit, by changing a line to:
if($val) return htmlentities(stripmagic($val),ENT_COMPAT,'utf-8');
I've left a comment on the httpvariables page to this effect in case others encounter the same problem.
On Jun 26, 2010, at 6:02 PM, Randy Brown wrote:
> I've got a wiki in UTF8, and pass parameters via the URL by using PHP's urlencode() function and the httpvariables recipe. Unfortunately, when I pass the letter ú it gets converted to Ãº .
> Does anyone know a language-safe way to get parameters from and pass them to the URL?
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