||Thu, 13 December 2007 20:17
Originally posted by: scott.gonzalez.gmail.com|
I have Eclipse setup to use UTF-8 for text files (in the General ->
Workspace settings). However, it views all .js files as ISO-8859-1.
If I create a new text file, then check the properties from the Navigation
tab (right click on the file in Navigation and choose "Properties" from
the menu), in the "Text file encoding" frame it says "Default (inherited
from container: UTF-8)", which is what I would expect. However, if I then
change the extension of the file to .js and repeat the steps, the encoding
now say "Default (determined from content: ISO-8859-1)".
I can manually change it to UTF-8. When I try to apply this setting, I
get a warning that says, "UTF-8 conflicts with the encoding defined in the
content type (ISO-8859-1). Do you wish to set it anyways?" If I click
yes, it will properly treat the file as UTF-8.
Does anyone why Eclipse considers all .js files to be encoded as
I'm using Eclipse 3.2.2 on Windows XP.
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