tim.landscheidt at gmx.de
Fri May 12 04:05:44 PDT 2000
I'm quite unfamiliar with the Java concept en detail, so
please forgive my dumbness.
(At least) the latest version of Apache JServ
(1.1.1b2-dev) gives "AJP Protocol Error:
java.io.UnsupportedEncodingException: ISO8859_1" when run
under kaffe 1.0.5 but works fine with Sun's JDK 1.2.2. The
reasons for this error seem to be:
| src/java/org/apache/jserv/Ajpv12InputStream.java: return new String(b,"ISO8859_1");
| src/java/org/apache/jserv/JServConnection.java: printOut = new PrintWriter(new OutputStreamWriter(this.out,"ISO8859_1"));
a similar problem is depicted and the necessary patch to
libraries/javalib/kaffe/io/ConverterAlias.java (that I like
to propose hereby) is pretty obvious. But I'm curious: Is
there any kind of "IANA" for such Java encodings so one
could tell whether the name for an encoding is "ISO8859_1",
"ISO-8859-1", "8859_1", "LATIN1", "IBM819" or "CP819" (and
therefore, who's to blame if an unknown encoding is used)?
Or can one just invent them?
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