understand why the fix works. I'm hoping someone can explain this to me!
The issue was that non-ascii chars were appearing as junk BUT only when
retrieved via ajax calls. Otherwise, they displayed fine. The junk display
was due to them being interpreted as ISO-8859-1, but I could not figure out
why the browser was interpreting that way. All my data is handled as UTF-8.
The problem was fixed by calling utf8::decode on the data prior to sending
back via ajax. BUT WHY?
I am using the JSON view to render ajax responses, and it sets the charset
header correctly to UTF-8. Of course, even when you decode, perl still
represents as "internal" utf8. But why should this be necessary?
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