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Re: Control characters in log message cause failure

From: Julian Reschke <julian.reschke_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2004-12-01 18:59:55 CET

kfogel@collab.net wrote:
> ...
> Sorry, I was using incorrect terminology. When I wrote "valid UTF8",
> I really meant "the subset of UTF8 that contains no ASCII control
> codes except for LF, CR, TAB", which, as you point out, is not quite
> the same thing as "valid UTF8". For the rest of this message, I'll
> call such strings "conservative UTF8".
> The log message may still be UTF8, but if it's non-conservative UTF8,
> it needs to be escaped to travel over XML.
> Now, in this case escaping is possible, because the log message
> travels as CDATA, which can represent absolutely any byte string,
> right? So we can solve the ctrl-char-in-log-messages problem in way

Wrong. CDATA doersn't change anything. It's still the same set of
characters that are allowed (see for instance

> ...

Best regards, Julian

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