I18n and command line interface in 3.0.5

I am trying to understand how the cli introduced in 3.0.5 works (REST is
a completely new notion for me), and what is the most important for me
is how the i18n stuff is achieved. My first guess is there are some
problems as I did not really find any code dealing with different
charset and so on, however I am not that good in perl coding, so I could
have just missed that.

Would it be possible to point me out to the appropriate lines of code?

Thanks,

Misha

I am trying to understand how the cli introduced in 3.0.5 works (REST is
a completely new notion for me), and what is the most important for me
is how the i18n stuff is achieved. My first guess is there are some
problems as I did not really find any code dealing with different
charset and so on, however I am not that good in perl coding, so I could
have just missed that.

Would it be possible to point me out to the appropriate lines of code?

I believe the CLI currently expects all input and output to be in UTF8.

Thanks,


Misha


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I am trying to understand how the cli introduced in 3.0.5 works (REST is
a completely new notion for me), and what is the most important for me
is how the i18n stuff is achieved. My first guess is there are some
problems as I did not really find any code dealing with different
charset and so on, however I am not that good in perl coding, so I could
have just missed that.

Would it be possible to point me out to the appropriate lines of code?

I believe the CLI currently expects all input and output to be in UTF8.
Probably, it’s worth mentioning somewhere…

Misha