On Mon, 2009-04-27 at 18:28 +0100, Chris Young wrote:
On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 00:49:19 +0100, John-Mark Bell wrote:
> In which case, either the iconv filter in libparserutils is doing
> something odd that doesn't work with the iconv() implementation you're
> using, or the iconv() implementation itself is broken in some way.
> It's almost impossible to tell with the information available, I'm
I'm testing with it disabled, if it doesn't noticeably break any sites
then I'm not particulary bothered about investigating further.
It will break sites. It rather depends on how many users you have that
require the ability to read Russian, Middle-Eastern, and CJK languages.
> Does the csdetect test still fail? That's certainly odd, but
> unrelated (as, unless I've forgotten how that works, iconv() isn't
Yes, it does:
1: Detected charset windows-1252 (2252) Source 1 Expected (0)
FAIL - mibenum == parserutils_charset_mibenum_from_name( expected, strlen(expected)) at
OK. There's two problems here. Firstly, it's detected Windows-1252 and
not UTF-8. Secondly, it appears that there's no expected value. Is the
test data in the correct format?
It should be:
<data goes here>