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But, this would require PM to send proper, UTF8 encoded response content back to browsers.
Why? It works now without any extra work in normal text. The only problem is in the CODE blocks, BECAUSE, something reformats input into HTML-entities.

To fix that, I'd first try not doing that conversion in a code block (and maybe not in text areas). I seem to remember that the HTML entities were provided to allow having "special chars" (special to HTML syntax, like "<" and "&", etc..). But characters above U+0x0079 shouldn't be a problem if they were left "untouched". To handle display of "special chars" in any of the input -- only convert them to HTML-entities on post (if necessary). I'd bet that anything above the normal ASCII range would be fine to leave untouched.


In reply to Re^6: BUG: code blocks don't retain literal formatting -- could they? by perl-diddler
in thread BUG: code blocks don't retain literal formatting -- could they? by perl-diddler

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