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From Neeme Praks <ne...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Is there an Apache or java standard for expressing non-English String literals
Date Fri, 08 Apr 2005 12:26:33 GMT

Yes, now it should be ok.
However, I would advise to change it anyway - all platform specific 
settings are Bad(tm).
:-)

Steve Cohen wrote:

> Okay, found it.  I assume, though, that it is not necessary to change 
> this, now that I have replaced all the non-ASCII chars with unicode 
> equivalents.  Or am I still missing something?
>
>
> Neeme Praks wrote:
>
>> Window -> Preferences -> Workbench -> Editors
>>
>> and there is "Text file encoding", can be (platform) default or custom.
>>
>> Rgds,
>> Neeme
>>
>> Steve Cohen wrote:
>>
>>> However, when you say "that depends on your file encoding", where is 
>>> THAT defined, actually?  I looked through all the Eclipse options 
>>> and found nothing indicating option to change encodings.  
>>> Presumably, other editors I might use might have some other place to 
>>> define this.
>>>
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