Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 683200
RFE: Non latin domain names
Last modified: 2011-06-16 22:50:27 EDT
From article: "The coming introduction of non-Latin characters represents the biggest technical change to the Internet since it was created four decades ago," said ICANN chairman Peter Dengate Thrush. "Right now Internet address endings are limited to Latin characters – A to Z. But the Fast Track Process is the first step in bringing the 100,000 characters of the languages of the world online for domain names."
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Client tools need to make sure that all host names are in Pune encoding before sending to rhnParent. Client tools should accept non latin domains as entry (eg. serverURL) and encode it to Pune, before connect() or before it is send to rhnParent.
We will store host names in DB in Pune encoding.
We will have to go through WebUI and anytime we present hostname (SDC, device info, monitoring...) we will decode Pune string to UTF-8.
We will modify JavaDoc for API calls and whenever hostname is used, we will note that we accept/return hostname in Pune encoding.
Commited to spacewalk git.
Commits from 695e8f7a792996b7e51f9fd2b11789d26e625753 to 382a5dbbcbe78cc334d3b2d167e86e1cb292e45d (aprox. 30 commits)
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to be continue...
changes in webui has been done in spacewalk.git in commits:
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