[TxMt] TextMate ant *.txt files encoding

Yvon Thoraval yvon_thoraval at mac.com
Wed Mar 15 19:25:03 UTC 2006

Le 15 mars 06 à 20:13, Allan Odgaard a écrit :

> How did you convert it? Most likely the file was just still in  
> MacRoman.

No i'm sure after having converted it to UTF-8 (using SubEthaEdit) it  
was really in utf-8 because after that TextEdit was able to open it...
> You can btw convert it in the Save As… dialog of TextMate, and in  
> Preferences -> Advanced you can set that UTF-8 should be used for  
> existing files as well, meaning that whatever format it is loaded  
> as, it will be saved as UTF-8.

i've changed the popup menu in the save as dialog, the item selected  
was "MacOS Roman", may be that was the prob.

i'm onlu using apple + s for saving then i didn't have seen this  
dialog one time )))

also i didn't notice what u mentionned above (should be used for  
existing files as well).

thanks for your reply ;-)

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