StructuredText formatting and hyperlinks support only ascii characters by default. To support international characters you'll need to install a patch. There are several floating around, it's not clear which is the best. Please update this information.

Here's one:

Here's another:

... --Wed, 13 Oct 2004 09:32:45 -0700 reply

longsleep: JoaoCorreia: set the locale in zope.conf
JoaoCorreia: thanks longsleep
JoaoCorreia joachimS
JoaoCorreia joachimS
longsleep: JoaoCorreia: or use restructuredtext
sm: longsleep: that's for RST, no ?
sm: for STX you need afaik
longsleep: sm: i think with 2.7 that is for structured text as well
sm: hey.. if so that's great news

First patch didn't work ! --Wed, 13 Oct 2004 09:53:18 -0700 reply

Applied patch. After restarting Zope I tryed to see the page and it was the same.

Success with second patch --Wed, 16 Mar 2005 01:20:47 -0800 reply

I downloaded the version 1.0.0 of the second patch (stx_18n_patch), applied it and changed the locale setting in zope.conf to "locale es_ES.ISO8859-1" . Now I can use tildes and ñ within structured text documents correctly. Thanks to kedder for the patch, and to sm for pointing me to this page.

from the zope list --Simon Michael, Fri, 01 Apr 2005 16:23:49 -0800 reply

Oliver Sturm wrote: > Oliver Sturm wrote: > >> Thanks, I tried that. It didn't change anything, though. I've looked >> at the source code and I found that the problem lies in the Python >> string.letters expression, which is used to build the regular >> expressions for the Structured Text implementation. >> >> Actually, I've been able to make modifications to the file >> DocumentClass?.py that make things work for me. I've really simplified >> the expressions a bit, so I guess there may be other problems with >> that approach. > > > > I don't think I mentioned before that I wrote a blog article on this at > > > > There's also a download there for the patch I made to DocumentClass?.py, > in case anybody else is interested in that. > > Oliver Sturm

Patch that worked for me --Thu, 30 Jun 2005 02:42:45 -0700 reply

I tried this:(hxxp:// product and it solved (almost) all problems for me (except buggy STX tables rendering)