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Q: How to define charset encoding of Apache2/httpd.conf itself

From: Handwerker, Reinhard (ISS Atlanta) <RHandwerker@iss.net>
Date: Wed, 1 Sep 2004 11:47:58 -0400
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Reading FAQs and googleplexing didn't help:

How and where is the internal encoding of httpd.conf declared?

Running Apache 2.0.49 on Windows we want to prepare for global deployment by allowing directories/filenames in foreign languages.
Therefore, httpd.conf itself is to be encoded in UTF-8.

Q: Is there a directive or start command that tells Apache how to interpret (the encoding of) httpd.conf?

Thanks all,
Reinhard

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