|From||John R. McPherson|
|Date||Mon, 28 Aug 2006 20:22:25 +1200|
|Subject||Re: [greenstone-users] doc::add_utf8_metadata: warning: 'gsdlassocfile' wasn't utf8|
|On Mon, Aug 28, 2006 at 08:38:02AM +0100, Renate Morgenstern wrote:
> Hi Michael,
> These are JPG files and in the metadata I have German Umlaute €,€, etc.)
> The error message is only coming up in those
> images where these characters appear in the dc.Title.
> I have changed the input and default encodings to
> various options, but I sill get this message.
> Below is part of the log file - you can see that
> it only occurs where the title contains diacritics.
> In the A-Z Compact lists on the display the
> diacritics are displayed as follows:
> open this section of the library and view contents
> Günter Göttling (1) (should be €nter €tttling)
What has happened here is that the€ (which is 2 bytes in utf-8) has
> What input and default encoding should I use?
The depends entirely on what encoding your files are using. This is also
This warning isn't too bad, it means that the filename isn't in utf-8,