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RE: Japanese characters garbled on 1.4.1 and 1.4.3

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2007-02-23 09:47:15 CET

Hi takayuki.maeda@teradyne.com,

You wrote:
> 1. Keyword tab of the On-line Help: where the list of
> keywords are shown,
> however they are garbled and not readable (not showing
> Japanese characters
> properly).

I remember that this is the case for a long time. I don't know whether it's
a bug in the MS html help compiler or a misconfiguration on our part. If it
is a setting in the htmlhelp creation, you can try to help us find it out.
Try to get a build system for the TortoiseSVN docs up and running. I can at
least guide you 90% of the way through. Then check the contents of the files

In pdfdoc.xsl there are some font definitions for different cases. In
htmlhelp.xsl there are none. Probably there's only one setting necessary in
htmlhelp.xsl, but I don't know which.

> 2. TortoiseBlame window: in the Blame window, the title row
> that indicates
> Revision, Author, etc., looks like trying to show Japanese
> characters but
> they are garbled.

Since a while the GUI of the "small tools" TortoiseBlame and -IDiff is also
part of the localization process, so the strings are translated. I think
that either the control is not unicode capable or that the unicode gets lost
on its way.

I have also noticed that TortoiseBlame doesn't display German utf-8
characters in its main pane, so there seems to be no full unicode support

- Lübbe

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