Re: BUG: TortoiseMerge automatically converts ANSI file to UTF8 w/o BOM
Stefan Küng wrote:
> debose wrote:
>> On Sep 9, 9:27 pm, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Sure, it you have utf8 encoded text, then the file is utf8 encoded.
>> Seems like that build, incorrectly detects UTF8 w/o BOM. F.e. every
>> file that contains ONLY ASCII(plain English, without locale-dependent
>> symbols) is treated in TortoiseMerge as UTF8 CRLF, while in fact it is
>> And after editing in TortoiseMerge, it will become UTF8, which is not
>> acceptable for me. =(
> I added a registry key to set the default:
> (DWORD value)
> if set to 1, then TortoiseMerge will default to utf8 when loading files
> which only have chars < 127 in it.
> This was done in r13918.
This situation begs for an svn property to store the file's character
encoding -- in a similar way to svn:mime-type stores the MIME type. I've
done a web search and found discussion about svn:charset.
This seems like a great idea -- is it likely to become mainstream?
Received on 2008-09-12 02:21:25 CEST
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