[ic] Call for testers
mike at perusion.com
Wed Apr 29 15:23:44 UTC 2009
Quoting David Christensen (david at endpoint.com):
> On Apr 29, 2009, at 9:33 AM, Mike Heins wrote:
> > Quoting David Christensen (david at endpoint.com):
> >> On Apr 29, 2009, at 8:18 AM, Jon Jensen wrote:
> >>> On Wed, 29 Apr 2009, Stefan Hornburg (Racke) wrote:
> >>>> The most recent change bails out with:
> >>>> Unrecognized/unsupported MV_HTTP_CHARSET: 'utf-8'.
> >>>> ulisses config error: Unrecognized/unsupported MV_HTTP_CHARSET:
> >>>> 'utf-8'.
> >>>> Any idea why?
> >>> Wild guess, but have you tried "utf8" instead of "utf-8"? They're
> >>> not the
> >>> same in Perl. But if you were using "utf-8" before and it worked, I
> >>> don't
> >>> know.
> >> No, this definitely is a regression. I suspect this may be due to
> >> the
> >> Global::UTF8 variable logic introduced when I merged upstream CVS,
> >> but
> >> I'll have to hunt it down to be sure. Either utf-8 or utf8 are
> >> acceptable here, one gets resolved to "strict" utf8, but both are
> >> valid. (And any aliasable encoding works here; this message is what
> >> appears when we can't resolve the alias. (An artifact of require/
> >> import vs use, perhaps?)
> > Yes, I think it is having problems because of the Encode::PERLQQ and
> > other quasi-constant subroutines. This is a bit maddening, because it
> > appears there is no way to have a conditional namespace and use those
> > types of methods.
> Perhaps a string-eval "use Encode" would be in order?
I have never done that. If it works and gives us all the namespace
equivalents, I am all for it.
> > If Encode didn't pollute regexes, it would be fine. Is there some
> > trigger for that, something like the old &sawampersand?
> Can you explain the regexp-polluting behavior? I'm not sure I
The regex polluting behavior is attaching Encode behavior to /i
and other modifiers that might determine case-sensitivity (which you
have to UTF8-ify, of course). This is what kills Safe.
In older 5.4 and earlier versions, there was a behavior associated
with the & atom (results of previous search). It set a variable called
sawampersand, which would greatly slow down certain types of regex
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