messages cannot support Chinese(中文)
Reported by shitoupai | October 28th, 2010 @ 02:43 PM
occure on play 1.1 main from github,no problem using play 126.96.36.199
in the conf/messages, i define some message below:
cannot show correct, i think it's OrderSafeProperties problem
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We also have problems using Cyrillic letters. Suspected code is OrderSafeProperties. We are using play - 1.2.RC2. I did some debugging and I can confirm that OrderSafeProperties does not interpret utf-8 encoding properly. Here is my description:
The Cyrillic letter х has Unicode code 0xd185. OrderSafeProperties.load() interprets each byte individually and when it comes to the second byte it thinks this is a new line (0x85) which apparently is not true. The second byte is wrongly interpreted of its own not in the context of previous byte (d1). This is a blocking bug, so please give us a fix in 1.2 release or even earlier. Should you need any cooperation with this issue I can do the tests or whatever you need. Thanks.
As digging deeper in the code I can see that 0x85 is used for detection of a new line. This is Unicode symbol NEL. But in UTF-8 this symbol is represented with two-byte sequence 0xc285. This obviously is not examined in the code. Generally, looking at the code, I can't see interpreting single bytes in the context of the first byte of a utf-8 byte sequence - there might be as many as 4 bytes in a sequence in utf-8.
Hi, this is probably same problem as http://play.lighthouseapp.com/projects/57987-play-framework/tickets...
can you try with the patch there?
It is almost exactly the same as 1.2
If it works we can create a custom 1.2 with this fix.
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