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From robert burrell donkin <rdon...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Is there an Apache or java standard for expressing non-English String literals
Date Thu, 07 Apr 2005 20:20:49 GMT
On 7 Apr 2005, at 02:09, Steve Cohen wrote:

> Neeme Praks wrote:
>
>> Also, I noticed that your java sources are in some strange encoding. 
>> If I open those tests that use french letters in my Eclipse and save 
>> them then they become corrupt and will fail.
>> My configuration assumes that all source files are in UTF8 and I 
>> think that should be the most reasonable assumption, no?
>
> The files in question here are 
> org.apache.commons.net.ftp.parser.FTPTimestampParserImplTest.java
> and
> org.apache.commons.net.ftp.FTPClientConfig.java
> in the jakarta-commons-net project.
>
> Mr. Praks is correctly pointing out that my test code (and other 
> source code) depends sometimes on typing string literals in languages 
> other than English.  What is the CORRECT way to handle this in source 
> code, and what can I do to make editors such as Eclipse handle it 
> correctly?

that depends on your file encoding :)

if you use UFT-8 (which is typical) it's safest to use unicode escaping 
when dealing with any non-ascii characters.

- robert


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