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Bug #46496 [PATCH] wddx_serialize_value() treats input as ISO-8859-1
Submitted: 2008-11-05 17:30 UTC Modified: 2008-11-19 23:52 UTC
From: mark at hell dot ne dot jp Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: WDDX related
PHP Version: 5.2.6 OS: Linux
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2008-11-05 17:30 UTC] mark at hell dot ne dot jp


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 [2008-11-06 01:14 UTC]

"Note: If you want to serialize non-ASCII characters you have to 
convert your data to UTF-8 first"
 [2008-11-06 04:36 UTC] mark at hell dot ne dot jp

I'd like this bug to be reopened.

The &#xxx; are due to the PHP's bugtracker unability to display unicode characters. My report was initially written with korean string.

Here's a screenshot of an UTF-8 terminal with the same test:
 [2008-11-06 04:54 UTC] mark at hell dot ne dot jp
Tested and reproduced with PHP 5.2.7rc2
 [2008-11-06 05:00 UTC] mark at hell dot ne dot jp
Here's a patch against PHP 5.2.7rc2 to fix this issue.

The real problem is about WDDX always considering input is ISO-8859-1. This is not consistent with PHP <5.2.5, not consistent with the XML api, and not consistent with the documentation.
 [2008-11-07 05:43 UTC] mark at hell dot ne dot jp
Updated version of the patch, with a test fixed (test for bug #37569 depended on wddx_* functions accepting ISO-8859-1).

compile runs nicely, make test does not report anything wrong, and the test for bug #37569 now also checks for this bug (ie. it checks that wddx_* functions indeed handle utf-8 as expected).
 [2008-11-19 17:04 UTC]
Reopen and add a note about the patch being committed to 5.2 (reviewed by Andrei). MFB will follow shortly.
 [2008-11-19 23:52 UTC]
This bug has been fixed in CVS.

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