[pmwiki-users] Something (possibly the sqlite recipe) seems to have trouble with UTF-8 in wikilinks
alexeftimiades at gmail.com
Tue Aug 21 11:45:31 CDT 2012
I apologize for sending this email in now three parts. I just want to
make sure I am thorough in my reporting of the problem. It seems that
the page actions only disappeared on my backup wiki and in switching
the order of includes the UTF-8 character is simply converted to �
and the page is no longer accessible.
On Aug 21, 2012, at 3:16 AM, Petko Yotov wrote:
> Alex Eftimiades writes:
>> The page here: <URL:http://icare.org/wiki/index.php/Researchers/SelimKu%25C3%25A7i
> There is indeed something wrong with your installation, this is not
> a right URL to the page: the %25 pieces should be just %, not %25.
> Something is causing a double encoding of the % symbol.
> The correct address to the "SelimKuçi" page should be
> but as you noticed, it doesn't work. This link, and a pagelist works
> perfectly with international page names on my own wiki with SQLite,
> including a page named SelimKuçi.
> Here is what you should try:
> 1. Read the section "Order of the commands in config.php" here:
> notably, the custom page store class should be defined before UTF-8.
> Or, you may also re-read the installation instructions at Cookbook/
> SQLite, notably "The code above should be placed before including
> other recipes and scripts, notably before ... UTF-8."
> You have included the UTF-8 script before defining the SQLite page
> store, just try to move it after the sqlite/$WikiLibDirs block.
> If you have other things out ot the recommended order, move them.
> 2. If that doesn't help, see if you can disable some other recipes,
> for example those here: http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/Category/CustomPageStore
> and other, one by one, to see if it doesn't start to work at some
> The fact is, this international page name works perfectly well with
> - with SQLite, and
> - without SQLite,
> so the problem likely comes from something completely unrelated to
> the SQLite recipe. I wouldn't speculate that it comes from *this*
> recipe in a mailing list subject, without at least *some* evidence.
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>> the problem.
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