#3 Compile Patch for bibtexconverter-j

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2008-06-27
2008-03-12
Max Berger
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bibtexconverter uses some files with extended characters. My javac however assumes utf-8. This patch tells javac to use the correct encoding

(btw: utf-8 should be the preferred way, you may thing about converting your source files)

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  • Max Berger

    Max Berger - 2008-03-12

    javac compile patch

     
  • Moritz Ringler

    Moritz Ringler - 2008-06-07

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    I will address this issue, most probably by converting all source files to ASCII with java unicode escape sequences. Thank you for reporting the problem.

     
  • Moritz Ringler

    Moritz Ringler - 2008-06-07

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    Fixed in trunk (SVN rev. 465). All source files are now in ASCII with java unicode escapes (\u####). You should no longer need to tell javac to use latin1 encoding as suggested in this patch. This fix will go into the next bibtexconverter release.

     
  • Moritz Ringler

    Moritz Ringler - 2008-06-07

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    Part of the 0.5.1 release.

     
  • Vidar Gundersen

    Vidar Gundersen - 2008-06-27
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