Re: [greenstone-users] metadata.xml and UTF-8

From Michael Dewsnip
DateThu, 29 Jun 2006 17:23:53 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] metadata.xml and UTF-8
In-Reply-To (44A10DAD-5060909-gmail-com)
Hi Graeme,

Greenstone's metadata.xml files do support UTF-8, and the GLI will write
Unicode metadata into them as UTF-8. Try copying some Unicode text from
your web browser and paste it into the GLI -- it should be saved into
the metadata.xml file correctly, and Greenstone shouldn't have any
trouble importing it.

Regards,

Michael

graeme @ gmail wrote:

> Greetings,
>
> I'm trying to set up a collection that will use the metadata.xml file
> similar to the demo collection. I have been using the dls metadata
> set. After an afternoon of struggling with this I found out that the
> file only works in ASCII format, but I have a need to add UNICODE
> text, is there a metadata set that works with UNICODE and the UTF-8
> encoding, and if so which one, or ones?
>
> graeme.
>
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