From: R.. Kumar on 16 Jun 2010 00:31
Brian Candler wrote:
> I can only guess that the external encoding picked up from your
> platform's environment is US-ASCII (are you using cygwin by any chance?)
> You probably need to set the external encoding to UTF-8 or BINARY for
> your regexp not to crash. Try adding -Ku or -Kn to your ruby command
Ok, I've got it. The problem occured when the program was run by cron.
My user setting is UTF and it ran fine in terminal. So now in the
program itself I have set LC_CTYPE and LC_ALL to en_US.UTF-8. Hopefully,
it should work fine now.
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