[Mono-list] Re: UTF7Encoding, not working correctly ?
19 Mar 2003 10:25:26 +0100
I just noticed that while on Windows the out-dotnet.xml file
is perfectly readable it does not seem to be that way in Linux.
So in Windows only the out-dotnet.xml file is readable,
while in Linux none of the two files seems to be readable.
With readable meaning to the human eye, of course the system can open
Now I have no idea what this means or is this information is even
Op wo 19-03-2003, om 03:55 schreef firstname.lastname@example.org:
> > I'm creating a class library which I want to use with both the .NET and
> > Mono runtime. Now when I run the current version (development version),
> > with the .NET runtime everything works fine, the application gets some
> > data from a game server and returns UTF7 encoded XML. However if I run
> > the same test using the mono framework on Windows or Linux the XML is
> > completely messed up.
> It may be Encoding problem or XML problem (it checks xml declaration,
> while actual encoding is indeterminant). Yould you please
> (1)check the given utf-7 stream is readable with other classes e.g.
> StreamReader and (2)post such xml you checked or mail me if it is
> not small? I tried 200kb or more utf-7-ed Japanese text xml on
> Windows and got correct result (nunit tests with mscorlib).
> Atsushi Eno