[Web-SIG] Python 3.0 and WSGI 1.0.
graham.dumpleton at gmail.com
Fri Apr 3 00:34:13 CEST 2009
2009/4/3 Tres Seaver <tseaver at palladion.com>:
>> DOCUMENT_ROOT: '/Library/WebServer/Documents'
>> SCRIPT_FILENAME: '/Users/grahamd/Sites/echo.wsgi'
>> These are file system paths, and since the Apache Runtime Library used
>> for Apache 2.X has a define for whether file system supports unicode,
>> can say:
>> #if APR_HAS_UNICODE_FS
>> charset = "UTF-8";
>> charset = "ISO-8859-1";
> I'm not sure that works for arbitrary filesystem configurations: some
> parts of the tree may be mounted from locations with different
> encodings. See David Wheeler's analysis for more:
Yes, am aware that it isn't that simple. I can make that the default
and like I have a configuration directive for case sensitivity in file
I can add one related to file system encoding. This would be similar
to how some other Apache modules allow overriding it. For example:
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