[pmwiki-users] Intermap with accented link
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Thu Dec 30 12:04:16 PST 2021
Thank you Petko,
No, it still doesn't work with accented letters (at least, me, my
setup, I was not successfull) ;
I use Cookbook/ISO8859MakePageNamePatterns which doesn't look faulty
(same behaviour when code is deleted)
and $DefaultPageCharset = array(''=>'ISO-8859-1'); is a commented line
in my config.
I test soon with pristine pmwiki last version.
Le jeu. 30 déc. 2021 à 13:26, Petko Yotov <5ko at 5ko.fr> a écrit :
> Accented characters in Site.InterMap may or may not work. It may depend
> on your server locale and PHP version. Normally only "word"-characters
> can be used, but in different languages different characters can appear
> in words.
> The following, added to config.php, appears to work regardless of the
> server locale, from a UTF-8 enabled wiki, to a UTF-8 enabled target:
> $LinkFunctions['Littré:'] = 'LinkIMap';
> $IMap['Littré:'] = 'https://www.littre.org/definition/$1';
> In your case, both your wiki and the target website are UTF-8 enabled.
> Also, config.php must be saved in the UTF-8 encoding (it probably is;
> this is selected in the "File-Save As" dialogue box, or on some text
> editors from "File-Save With Encoding", or "Tools-Encoding", or
> If you upgrade : http://www.pmwiki.org/Upgrades
> On 30/12/2021 12:58, ABClf wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I would like to know if intermap links do work if accented characters
> > is used for the command word. In my case, it doesn't, but my config
> > might be involved (can not test on pmwiki as my link has to be
> > approved first) :
> > intermap tested :
> > littré: https://www.littre.org/definition/
> > command tested :
> > littré:péquin
> > Thank you.
> > Gilles.
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