HTTP::Headers::ActionPack::AcceptCharset - A Priority List customized for Media Types
use HTTP::Headers::ActionPack::AcceptCharset; # normal constructor my $list = HTTP::Headers::ActionPack::AcceptCharset->new( [ 1.0 => 'UTF-8' ], [ 0.7 => 'ISO-8859-1' ], ); # or from a string my $list = HTTP::Headers::ActionPack::AcceptCharsetList->new_from_string( 'UTF-8; q=1.0, ISO-8859-1; q=0.7' );
This is a subclass of the HTTP::Headers::ActionPack::PriorityList class with some charset specific features.
This method overrides the default constructor to add some additional logic required by RFC-2616. If an Accept-Charset header does not explicitly define the priority for "*" or "ISO-8859-1", then the default priority for "ISO-8859-1" must be set to 1.0.
Note that we do not override the
newmethod. If you are passing an explicitly list of values to the constructor we assume you know what you are doing.
This takes a string containing a character set name and returns the canonical MIME name for the character set. For example, it transforms "utf8" to "UTF-8".
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