Charset problems with .lc web page

Alex Tweedly alex at tweedly.org
Thu Dec 24 03:37:59 EST 2015


Sorry Tim, I should have been clearer - it is literally 
$_SERVER["SCRIPT_FILENAME"] that you want to print.
That's one of the built-in $_SERVER variables, showing which 'cgi' 
script (i.e. which version of the engine is running).

So you'll get something like

   /usr/local/cpanel/cgi-sys/livecode-server-6.6.2

-- Alex.

On 24/12/2015 08:33, Tim Selander wrote:
> Hi Alex,
>
> Thanks.
>
> I added
> <?lc put $_SERVER["http://www.pba.on-rev.com/5_today.lc"] & "<br>" & 
> CR ?>
>
> and also
> <?lc put $_SERVER["5_today.lc"] & "<br>" & CR ?>
>
> in the script but it didn't return any info.
>
> I'm using On-Rev, the server is sage -- so whatever installs they have 
> is what I'm using. I do find it curious that the older .irev works 
> while .lc does not!
>
> Tim
>
>
> On 15/12/24 17:18, Alex Tweedly wrote:
>> Hi Tim,
>>
>> I'm afraid I know little or nothing about charsets, so I can't 
>> directly help :-)
>>
>> The difference between .irev and .lc is which version of the server 
>> engine they are running - and obviously that depends on your server 
>> setup. So, to help with answering this, we (might) need to know which 
>> versions are being used on your server.
>>
>> You could add
>>    put $_SERVER[" SCRIPT_FILENAME"] & "<br>" & CR
>>
>> Presumably it will be a pre-Unicode and a post-Unicode version - but 
>> knowing which ones might help someone answer your question.
>>
>> -- Alex.
>>
>>
>> On 24/12/2015 07:55, Tim Selander wrote:
>>> Dear list,
>>>
>>> I'm having trouble making a .lc web pages correctly show the charset.
>>>
>>> I have two test files:
>>> http://www.pba.on-rev.com/5_today.lc
>>> http://www.pba.on-rev.com/5_today.irev
>>>
>>> They are identical except for the .lc/.irev file extensions, and 
>>> also the <?lc ?> and <?rev ?> tags in the html.
>>>
>>> The .irev file correctly shows Japanese UTF8, the .lc file does not.
>>>
>>> Anyone else having problems with this? Can .lc files not handle 
>>> charset correctly?
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Tim Selander
>>> Tokyo, Japan
>>>
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