Thanks for both answeres, yes the problem is vague, and vague to describe...
We have as string and have the internal utf8 flag switched to on:
# 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',
Now the first time it's called using mod::perl regestry it prints:
just a string that i nééd to be utf8 encoded, but can't see it in the
+chars, so guess::encode won't work
but the second time:
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
This is weird, and i have no controll over how mod perl internally stores it's values.
"We all agree on the necessity of compromise. We just can't agree on when it's necessary to compromise." - Larry Wall.