WSDL Support in Mozilla 1.4 Final
Tuesday May 20th, 2003
Doron Rosenberg writes: "Netscape has been working on improving the web services support in Mozilla, and as of 1.4 final, Gecko will support WSDL 1.1 proxying. View the translating example here and find out more about the effort at the project page.
"Please note that you need trunk builds of Seamonkey or Firebird (Firebird 0.6 is OK) or else the browser will crash. We have a 'Web Services' component in Bugzilla under 'Browser' to file bugs against.
"Try figuring out what the following Chinese phrase means: Mozilla 伟大!"
#23 Re: Unicode characters?
by choess <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Tuesday May 20th, 2003 4:14 PM
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No. HTML provides access to Unicode via numeric character entities, so that glyphs from the Unicode character set can always be displayed. The misleadingly-named "charset" actually applies to the character *encoding*; that is, the algorithm used to transform the binary (or octal, or...) representation of the document into human-language characters. Since the numeric character entities are written in the document in ASCII characters (a subset of ISO-8859-1), there's no need to change the charset.