[pmwiki-users] problem with page title and file name, under utf-8
231036448 at freemail.gr
Mon Apr 20 17:38:50 CDT 2009
Στις Wednesday 15 April 2009 02:28:17 γράψατε:
> On Tuesday 14 April 2009 23:00:05 nikos wrote:
> > I have a problem with page titles,
> > and possibly with file names,
> > under utf-8.
> > While the content text looks ok,
> > the non-English titles are not readable.
> The problem with the titles in the skin is using the function strtolower()
> in abitmodern.php. Strtolower() is not compatible with multibyte UTF-8.
> You should either remove it, or, if you require lowercase titles, replace
> it with PmWiki's $StrFoldFunction (version 2.2.0 stable or newer) in the
> file pub/skins/abitmodern/abitmodern.php:
> # remove
> $GLOBALS['title'] = FmtPageName('$WikiTitle', $pagename);
> $GLOBALS['currentpage'] = FmtPageName('$Namespaced', $pagename);
I tried this, and it works fine now...
> # or, use $StrFoldFunction :
> global $StrFoldFunction;
> $GLOBALS['currentpage'] =
> $StrFoldFunction(FmtPageName('$Namespaced', $pagename));
> $GLOBALS['title'] = $StrFoldFunction(FmtPageName('$WikiTitle',
> > In the ftp manager (Konqueror),
> > as well as in the web based file manager,
> > the non-English file names,
> > are unreadable.
> This happens if the filesystem of the hosting server is mounted with a
> different encoding, like Latin1 instead of UTF-8. While this is certainly
> annoying, PmWiki should be able to search, list and find its own pages.
> In Konqueror, there is the command in the menus:
> Tools > Select Remote Charset > Unicode (utf8)
> Then reload the folder (F5).
Yeap, that was it...
> There is also a recommended order when you include UTF-8 in config.php:
> 1. First (optional), some PageStore class like PerPageDirectories, SQLite,
> CompressedPageStore. You don't have to use one of those, but if you do, it
> is better to include it before any other recipes.
> 2. Second, before you include any other recipes :
> include_once("$FarmD/scripts/xlpage-utf-8.php"); # -OR/AND-
> XLPage("PmWikiGr.XLPage"); # if you have such line
> 3. Any other recipes, AuthUser, PmForm, etc.
I had already done this.
> Hope that helps.
Thanks once again Petko
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