I try to use a GenericList but uncessfully.
The GenericList needs to class metadata in unicode format.
My metadata are in unicode format ...
If I try to class the library interface generete an error.
My solution (my idea for the moment) is :
1) For the authors list I need an AZCompactList
2) When I generete my metadata file (with a php script)
I generete 2 metadata fields for author : first with accents
3) I generete list with the first and I present the bibliographic
list with accents.
But I thing it will better if you try add to AZList collation
for ascii caracters > 127
Un grand merci
Pier Luigi ROSSI
Katherine Don a ?crit :
> Hi Pier
> Try using GenericList instead. That handles non-ascii characters much better.
> Pier Luigi ROSSI wrote:
>> Dear Greesntone list,
>> a try to create an AZCompactList with authors metadata.
>> Many caracters of this metadata is with accents : ? ? ?
>> (you now, french, spanish, italian, ..... uses accents ;-} )
>> The classifier put accents at the end of the list : is very unplesent
>> (for authors and computer scientist)
>> Have you got a solution ?
>> PL Rossi
>> IRD, France
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