Victor Mote schrieb:
Bertrand Delacretaz wrote:

[..]


.. Some of the source files contain non-ASCII characters (see
main/JForVersionInfo.java, line 67, for example), but are encoded as
ASCII
(instead of UTF-8), so the IDE was choking...

Are .java files meant to be encoded in UTF-8? I didn't know that.

Java source is Unicode, and I don't think the encoding would matter, but

Java source is whatever the platform encoding is (see file.encoding
system property) so the best thing is to avoid chars > 127 at all
(use \uxxxx instead) ... uh this won't work in this case as
these are comments. Maybe there's a workaround for special french characters (like = ae in german)



Christian



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