[TYPO3] Multiple languages with multiple domains in a single page tree?

Rick Janda Rick.Janda at gmx.de
Fri Apr 7 11:31:55 CEST 2006

Hi Francesco,

en_IE at euro stands for English language locale for Ireland with Euro 
sign. The charset is ISO-8859-15. Without @euro it would be ISO-8859-1, 
which has no Euro sign. The Euro currency could be outputed wrong in 
this case.

en_??.UTF-8 is with utf-8, but the locale_all entry has nothing to do 
with the charset used for the html rendering. It sets LC_ALL environment 
variable with PHP setlocale(), which is evaluated e.g. from date 
functions to ouput dates in the localized manner. Typo3 convert it to 
the wanted html output encoding anyway.
I think, it is only an issue, if you or some typo3 code uses php 
functions, that includes currency symbols in its output.


Francesco Pessina wrote:
> Great work!
> I've checked my config. and I found that it works because apache know in 
> the httpd.conf how to "remap" all HTTP POST to relative websites. The 
> "domain" configuration in Typo3 seems to be not necessary under this 
> circumstance and the globalString simply modify the header in the HTTP 
> header (I think). I have all my websites in a single tree (the second 
> solution of Kasper's Multilanguage Site article).
> A very stupid question: in your config.locale_all you have set 
> en_IE at euro but what it mean? What stand IE and @euro? I use the standard 
> en_US or en_UK (for USA or United Kingdom)? Is compatible with utf-8 
> charset?
> Cheers,
> Francesco.

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