Hi Julio,

Because Java unicode escape is not human readable, these i18n files are generated from local encoding files during compilation. See at line 251-267 of build.xml file.
Source files for them are as following:

JposEntryEditorRc_zh_TW.B5
JposEntryEditorRc_zh_CN.gbk
JposEntryEditorRc_ko_KR.euc
JposEntryEditorRc_ja_JP.sj

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Just FYI,


I downloaded the JCL2.2.0 and I noticed that jcl_editor.jar file has 4 extra properties files for internationalization which are not included in the src directory.


I believe this is an omission and these 4 properties files ( ja, ko, zh, zh ) must be also in the src directory.



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Julio Cesar Sanchez
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