On Saturday 10 December 2005 07:20 pm, Daniel Wunsch wrote:
> On Sunday 11 December 2005 03:22, Andy Streich wrote:
> > I have a file created by jEdit in iso-8859-1 and want to change it to
> > utf-8 encoding. =A0How do I do that? =A0The obvious solutions (at least
> > obvious to me) don't work. =A0Does someone have the recipe?
> open it, change the buffer encoding in the
> buffer options (toolbar), then save it.
> the buffer encoding is only used when
> loading or saving a buffer.
Thanks, Daniel. What was fooling me was, after doing just what you describ=
then closing and re-loading the file the status bar was still showing=20
iso-8859-1. After fiddling with Global Options and the FSB Command Encodin=
menu, and reading the Character Encodings section of the User's Guide yet=20
again, I think I've figured out most of the interaction between these optio=
Here's a remaining question:
Since UTF-8 can not generally be auto-detected (stated in the User's Guide)=
1. have all my options set to iso-8859-1 and=20
2. load a file that was saved as UTF-8
How is it that jEdit can detect that it is still a UTF-8 file (which it doe=