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Re: Need tipps for identifying utf-8 problems with Dancer and MySQLby McA (Priest)
|on May 05, 2014 at 12:15 UTC||Need Help??|
just a hint for debugging:
1) Get sure whether your MySQL installation stores in UTF-8. Take the table in question and do a show create table blabla\G in mysql client. When there is an alternative charset declared you can see it on the last line. Also check via show global variables like '%char%';.
2.) Check whether the MySQL connect option mysql_enable_utf8 is set to true if you have UTF-8 enabled.
3.) Insert a debug statement soon after fetching data from the database. If you can put your hand on a string then do the following:
When your whole code is running in an UTF-8 environment than you should get a '1' there.
The output you get is a sign for double encoding. Look for possibilities where this kind of double encoding could happen. Rule of thumb. Don't do encoding until it comes to output at the boundaries.