[Mono-dev] Question about encodings - possible documentation bug?
Mads Bondo Dydensborg
mbd at dbc.dk
Thu Jul 5 01:27:50 EDT 2007
onsdag 04 juli 2007 16:03 skrev Andy Hume:
> See http://lists.ximian.com/pipermail/mono-list/2007-June/035463.html
> "* Mono compilers will default to the current language encoding as their
> native encoding. [...]"
> The man page maybe needs updating too? (I didn't check).
Yes, I believe you are right. The man page needs updating - and I think (g)mcs
should be made to at least warn about characters that does not follow the
encoding the compiler is currently using. If possible.
I can't easily locate the source for the man file content in the source
tree... otherwise I would have mailed a patch for that part.
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> > Of Mads Bondo Dydensborg
> > Sent: 04 July 2007 13:29
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> > Subject: [Mono-dev] Question about encodings - possible
> > documentation bug?
> > Hi there
> > It is my understanding, that mono strings are always UTF16 internally.
> > But, what encoding does the source files needs to be?
> > The documentation (man gmcs) suggest this:
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