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Re^2: Need tipps for identifying utf-8 problems with Dancer and MySQL

by Skeeve (Vicar)
on May 05, 2014 at 11:40 UTC ( #1085047=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Need tipps for identifying utf-8 problems with Dancer and MySQL
in thread Need tipps for identifying utf-8 problems with Dancer and MySQL

The fun thing about Dancer is: You do not need to take care. At least that's my impression.


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Re^3: Need tipps for identifying utf-8 problems with Dancer and MySQL
by Anonymous Monk on May 05, 2014 at 11:50 UTC

    The fun thing about Dancer is: You do not need to take care. At least that's my impression.

    Sounds like wishful thinking

      Nope, it is Perl's "Do What I Mean" magic.

      But seriously, in the docs of Dancer::Plugin::Database I read:

      AUTOMATIC UTF-8 SUPPORT
      As of version 1.20, if your application is configured to use UTF-8 (you've defined the charset setting in your app config as UTF-8) then support for UTF-8 for the database connection will be enabled, if we know how to do so for the database driver in use. If you do not want this behaviour, set auto_utf8 to a false value when providing the connection details.
      So indeed don't do anything other than enabling UTF-8 in your configuration and don't mess around with setting UTF-8 yourself.

      DWIMMERY at its best.

      CountZero

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        Nope, it is Perl's "Do What I Mean" magic. ...

        And how do you know the OP is using this plugin (that isn't in Dancer core )?

        Ascribing magic to Dancer ... wishful thinking :)

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