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Re: Charsets

From: Marcus Comstedt <marcus_at_mc.pp.se>
Date: 2002-12-04 00:44:15 CET

Peter Davis <peter@pdavis.cx> writes:

> On Tuesday 03 December 2002 09:46, Oxley, David wrote:
> > Just checked and yes it is é. How do I solve this though?
> Open both the original file and the file you checked out on Linux in a hex
> editor and examine the differences between the raw bytes, and/or post a link
> to both copies. If there are no differences, that probably means Windows was
> actually saving it as UTF-8 but your Linux editor doesn't understand (or
> isn't configured for) UTF-8.

Wait a minute. Are we talking about file _contents_? In that case,
it's definitiely the W*ndows editor that's causing it. Subversion
doesn't recode file contents (although an option to do so might had
come in handy in a situation like this).

  // Marcus

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