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Re: still about utf-8 question in merge

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-07 22:28:18 CEST

feihu_roger wrote:
> I use the last ver 1.3.4 6692. I have a project with PHP, all files
> encoding is UTF-8 with no BOM . Simple Chinese is my native language
> When I use Merge to diffence two version src files, the Chinese
> characters cannot be displayed in correct encoding.

* are the characters shown as rectangles or question marks? (rectangles:
choose another font)
* Do you have a $DATE$ keyword in that file with the svn:keyword
property set? Then the expanded date is in your current locale, and
TMerge sees that (an illegal sequence in UTF8 encoding) and then assumes
local charset, not UTF8.


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