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mod_charset_lite allows the server to change the character set of responses before sending them to the client. In an EBCDIC environment, Apache always translates HTTP protocol content (e.g. response headers) from the code page of the Apache process locale to ISO-8859-1, but not the body of responses. In any environment, mod_charset_lite can be used to specify that response bodies should be translated. For example, if files are stored in EBCDIC, then mod_charset_lite can translate them to ISO-8859-1 before sending them to the client. This module provides a small subset of configuration mechanisms implemented by Russian Apache and its associated mod_charset.
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