Monthly Archives: August 2008

Character Conversion points

You’d think this sort of problem would be resolved by now, but it’s not. It’s still almost impossible to quickly and easily migrate an application from the too common default Latin-1 to UTF-8 character set encoding. The problem isn’t that UTF-8 can’t handle the conversion. No, that’s definitely not it. UTF-8 can represent any Latin-1… Read More »

Localizing JavaScript with JSPs

Last week a friend asked an interesting web-based localization question. He surprised me with it. I wish that I had considered it before, but I had not. In my less than complete analysis of his problem, I found a solution, but I don’t know if he’ll like it. Hell, I barely like it myself, but… Read More »