|multibyte character set [message #180045]
||Wed, 27 September 2006 08:16
| Neil Goldsmith
Registered: July 2009
Do the SSE editors, specifically the XML and JSP editors support multibyte |
character sets? I placed some Korean and simplified Chinese characters into
the source view of the editor. I don't see the characters in the view (just
blank space), but they do show up in the outline and in the properties view.
Is this supported?
|Re: multibyte character set [message #180096 is a reply to message #180045]
||Thu, 28 September 2006 07:58
Originally posted by: merks.ca.ibm.com|
I think that should be supported. Probably you just don't have the
necessary fonts installed or something like that...
Neil Goldsmith wrote:
> Do the SSE editors, specifically the XML and JSP editors support multibyte
> character sets? I placed some Korean and simplified Chinese characters into
> the source view of the editor. I don't see the characters in the view (just
> blank space), but they do show up in the outline and in the properties view.
> Is this supported?
> thank you
|Re: multibyte character set [message #181121 is a reply to message #180045]
||Sun, 08 October 2006 02:35
| David Williams
Registered: July 2009
On Wed, 27 Sep 2006 08:16:41 -0400, Neil Goldsmith <firstname.lastname@example.org> wro=|
> Do the SSE editors, specifically the XML and JSP editors support =
> character sets?
Yes, we support what ever Java supports. (And, all VM's are a bit =
different, but, most
support several hundred).
As Ed mentioned, its likely the font. There are some heuristics to auto =
dection best fonts to use
deep in the bowels of JFace or SWT code, but it is not fool-proof. So, l=
us know if
change the font works for you. Or, if you have no idea which font to =
select, you might compare what
your OS system uses for various parts of its UI .... or, ask again!.
Also, since you sound new at this, I'll give a few pointers.
The encoding you'd like should be specified in the file (before you save=
the special characters).
XML is pretty easy
<?xml version=3D"1.0" encoding=3D"EUC-KR"?>
But, for JSPs, its best to spec it everyplace you can think of, dependin=
on the version of JSP you use,
it might be
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
<META http-equiv=3D"Content-Type" content=3D"text/html; charset=3DEUC-KR=
<TITLE>some Title </TITLE>
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