Thanks for both answeres, yes the problem is vague, and vague to describe...
in reply to utf8 problems
We have as string and have the internal utf8 flag switched to on:
Now the first time it's called using mod::perl regestry it prints:
# my example may be any string from a database /user input etc.
my $example = "just a string that i nééd to be utf8 encoded, but can't
+ see it in the chars, so guess::encode won't work";
use open ':utf8';
use open ':std';
my $cgi = new CGI;
-type => 'text/html',
-expires => '-1d',
-cookie => [$cookie],
-charset => 'UTF-8',
but the second time:
just a string that i nééd to be utf8 encoded, but can't see it in the
+chars, so guess::encode won't work
This is weird, and i have no controll over how mod perl internally stores it's values.
just a string that i nÃ©Ã©d to be utf8 encoded, but can't see it in th
+e chars, so guess::encode won't work
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