schwimmlehrer at gmail.com
Thu Dec 22 10:14:18 EST 2005
It's working. Thank you so much!
----- Original Message -----
> many thanks for your fix, but I think it's still not right.
> When I manually add a "u" after the % in the browser adress bar it works,
> sch%u00f6n (=Microsoft's output) works but
> sch%00f6n (that is what mono does now) does not work
This is fixed on SVN.
> Best Regards
> ----- Original Message -----
> > I am using HttpUtility.UrlEncodeUnicode to encode german Umlauts. On
> > Linux
> > I
> > get wrong encodings it seems:
> > schön -> sch%f6n
> > On Windows (ASP.Net) it seems to work fine:
> > schön -> sch%u00f6n
> > Am I doing anything wrong here? Can I fix this by updating to the latest
> > Mono version from SVN (my installation is fairly up-to-date)? What's
> > going
> > on here? I am afraid that I am doing something stupid here...
> This is a bug. I just looked up the Microsoft documentation and we must
> produce a string in the form %XXXX notation, we were trying to optimize
> for %XX and %XXXX.
> A fix is being checked into svn.
Miguel de Icaza <miguel at ximian.com>
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