Note that as of mbstring.c version 22.214.171.124, first released as PHP 4.3.4RC3, "auto" has changed meaning. It used to be configured based on #defines, so it was set at compile time, so for precompiled binary users (esp. Windows users) it has always been the same (Japanese mode). However, it is now based on the language that mbstring is configured for at runtime. (setlocale() doesn't affect this though) Running on English Windows at least, mbstring defaults to a "neutral" mode which results in an "auto" list of "ASCII, UTF-8". So, the point is, for PHP 4.3.4 or newer, you probably want to either use mb_language("Japanese") followed by mb_detect_order("auto"), or just hardcode your detect order with mb_detect_order("ASCII, JIS, UTF-8, EUC-JP, SJIS"). (Also note that mb_language() alone won't do it, you'll have to set the detect order to "auto" _after_ calling mb_language().)
(PHP 4 >= 4.0.6, PHP 5)
mb_detect_order — Set/Get character encoding detection order
Sets the automatic character
encoding detection order to
encoding_listis omitted, it returns the current character encoding detection order as array.
mbstring currently implements the following encoding detection filters. If there is an invalid byte sequence for the following encodings, encoding detection will fail.UTF-8, UTF-7, ASCII, EUC-JP,SJIS, eucJP-win, SJIS-win, JIS, ISO-2022-JP
For ISO-8859-*, mbstring always detects as ISO-8859-*.
For UTF-16, UTF-32, UCS2 and UCS4, encoding detection will fail always.
Beispiel #1 Useless detect order example
; Always detect as ISO-8859-1 detect_order = ISO-8859-1, UTF-8 ; Always detect as UTF-8, since ASCII/UTF-7 values are ; valid for UTF-8 detect_order = UTF-8, ASCII, UTF-7
Gibt bei Erfolg
TRUE zurück. Im Fehlerfall wird
Beispiel #2 mb_detect_order() examples
/* Set detection order by enumerated list */
/* Set detection order by array */
$ary = "ASCII";
$ary = "JIS";
$ary = "EUC-JP";
/* Display current detection order */
echo implode(", ", mb_detect_order());