>>> The UTF-8 encoding is IMO best choice. I sent you my class that reads
>>> ANSI as well as UTF-8 INI files (with or without BOM for best
>>> backwards compatibility), it writes however allways UTF-8, if you do
>>> not use characters above #127 UTF-8 is ASCII compatible and those
>>> files 
>>> could still be read by ICSv6.
>> Your class is nice and works well as far as I've seen. Thanks.
>> I have another concern: It would be very handy if the same class
>> could read the existing ini files (that seems to be the case) AND
>> write them if if possible. This would tremendly help those using many
>> Delphi versions and using simple ansi values.
> What about an option that, if set (default?), would write a UTF-8 line
> only if a character above #255 is found? 

Sounds good.
Maybe in that case bom would be added.

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