see 106436 and 106438 since the problems there
might be related to diff viewer instead;
also think this might impact subversion diff
see gif for details
Running in ja locale and using multibyte in j2se project java class name and data, which is legal.
am not changing the default utf-8 project encoding (new feature for nb6)
(its utf-8 but it still shows chars ok of the default locale user is in when running
ide, which is the system locale; for me its solaris ja locale which is euc encoding.
showing the diff viewer for comparing 2 files, the multibyte is not shown correctly;
- see attachments for original file view which has the correct mbyte for reference, and the diff window comparing
these 2 files - which shows both correct and incorrect mbyte. (only one of the 2 files being compared are shown since
the other one looks similar)
I am guessing that some changes/assumptions related to the feq implementation might have caused this problem
in that cvs module code might be assuming euc-jp encoding vs utf8.
the reason for this guess is that, if change the project encoding to euc-jp, create a new java file, and use mbyte,
the diff will show correctly.
clarification on the proj encoding property - user should not need to change it for default
case which is, they are in some locale when running ide and using the characters of that locale
in files - those chars should be shown correctly.
Created attachment 43585 [details]
Created attachment 43586 [details]
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