How to use xmlrpc properly with Korean (non-ascii characters)

Skip Montanaro skip at
Tue Oct 22 23:04:28 CEST 2002

    Brian> The XML-RPC definition of a string is an "ASCII string", while
    Brian> the body of a request is defined to be an XML document.

    Brian> The simplest change would be to redefine string to be "a string
    Brian> of XML Chars".

Yeah, Dave Winer's (had it misspelled before) heard that before, but not
budged.  I gave up long ago.  If you can tolerate the interface, the
archives of the xml-rpc mailing list are at

Here are two recent threads:

The issue of non-ASCII characters in XML-RPC <string>s pops up on that
mailing list about as often as the issue of Python's indentation-based block

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