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Old 08-25-2006, 03:54 AM   #1
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apache url rewrite


Looking for solution about apache url rewrite.
Problem as it is:
If request comes in (iso-8859-1) for example /thing%F6%F6
it shoult be rewritten and result should be /thing%C3%B6%C3%B6
result should ve viewable in browsers address bar too.

iso-8859-1 shoud be converted to utf-8
is mod_rewrite right tool to do that or is there any simpler solution?

Problem is that url's are generated automatically so any language specific character in iso-8859-1 format can be anywhere in url.

Any ideas?


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