AFAICS, CouchPotato doesn't allow the usage of UTF-8 characters. If I try to set, say "šđčćž" as a title of my document, I get invalid field.
I can promise you I'm using it with UTF-8 all the time. What Ruby/(Rails) version are you using?
I'm using rvm FWIW.
al3xa@quickie ~$ ruby -v
ruby 1.9.3p194 (2012-04-20 revision 35410) [x86_64-linux]
al3xa@quickie ~$ rails -v
And I have config.encoding = "utf-8" in config/application.rb. Any ideas what may have caused this?
config.encoding = "utf-8"
can you paste me the backtrace and the code that causes it?
Sry, this was 100% my fault. After doing some introspection and a really small debugging, I found out that my validation rules were not allowing unicode chars. My bad, your software rocks, sry! =/