encoding problem?

Ian Roxborough irox@redhat.com
Thu Jan 17 19:16:00 GMT 2002


Do you know what encoding is being used in your C file?

I'm not sure where the problem is.  But, I have seen the
SN internationalization work for Japanese before, although
this was at the 4.x version stage.  So I'm not even sure that
the internationalization stuff still works correctly (although
it should.... in theory).

I'm assuming that you have those character sets installed on
your win98 machine. (I think I did it by download the me MS-Explorer
internalization pack or something like that under Window NT4.)


On Fri, 18 Jan 2002 10:19:13 +0800 "renc stone" <renwei@huawei.com> wrote:
> hi ,
>      Is there anyone use source navigator with chinese encoded c files?
>      I have some these C files, written in some win98 with simplified
> chinese character.
>      When look into these code in Source Navigator 5.0 on my redhat 6.2 box,
>      I chose the character set encoding comobox in project perference with
> gb2312,
>      or big5 , or gb12345, but none worked. The chinese comment of the code
>     seems in disorder, nothing I can  understand.
>      Is this a source navigator bug or I haven't done the right setting?
>                                                    renc stone

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