d := xml.NewDecoder(os.Stdin)
d.CharsetReader = charset.NewReader
var s myType
err = d.Decode(&s)
This works for utf-8, iso-8859-1, others... but when I try to decode xml
that is in utf-16 (including a byte order mark) I get:
XML syntax error on line 1: invalid UTF-8
Using xml.Unmarshal gives the same error.
I know, utf16 is weird, but Windows programs seem to produce it. And
at http://www.opentag.com/xfaq_enc.htm it reads:
All XML processors must support at least UTF-8 and UTF-16.
So why isn't utf-16 (and utf-32) supported?
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