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HTML::EntityCoder ================= This plugin lets you encode and decode (UTF-8) strings using HTML entities. Two new methods will be automatically available in your views: * encode_entities: Encodes a string into a string with HTML entities: >> <%= encode_entities("Über geek") %> => "Über geek" * decode_entities: Decodes a string with HTML entities into a string: >> <%= decode_entities("Über geek") %> => "Über geek" Using Anywhere ============== Now it's possible to include the helpers in other classes easily by just including HTML::EntityCoder in your class. If you *really* need to to use the helpers in a model you can do it like this: class Person < ActiveRecord::Base include HTML::EntityCoder end or a controller: class PersonController < ApplicationController include HTML::EntityCoder end etc. Note: Don't feed the helpers with anything else but UTF-8. If you really need to, convert your string to UTF-8 first using Iconv (http://www.ruby-doc.org/stdlib/libdoc/iconv/rdoc/index.html) A basic test unit is included. HTMLHelpers is copyright (c) 2006 Ruben Nine (firstname.lastname@example.org), released under the MIT license HTMLEntities is copyright (c) 2005-2006 Paul Battley, released under the MIT license