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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • You should speak with Andy Wardley about your needs for Template Toolkit
    as he is being sponsored to work on the next version (TT3 [tt2.org]) for a few months.
  • I've tried to solve a lot of these problems with AxKit. In some places we've succeeded, in others it's a little more complex, but you can still get results.

    Partly it's the beauty of XML - that it has been written to explicitly handle different encodings cleanly.
  • See this thread [template-toolkit.org] which describes some hacks which allow to use UTF-8 encoding in TT files. I guess something simular can be used to use other charsets and convert them to UTF-8 on fly. As for Apache::Request to use it with UTF-8 I had to write my own wrapper [perl.org]. Again same idea can be used to use it with other charsets.
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    Ilya Martynov (http://martynov.org/ [martynov.org])