When encoding your Java source files, you have more than two options. NetBeans does it one way, Eclipse another, and now I have a third.
You’d think this sort of problem would be resolved by now, but it’s not. It’s still almost impossible to quickly and easily migrate an application from the too common default Latin-1 to UTF-8 character set encoding. The problem isn’t that UTF-8 can’t handle the conversion. No, that’s definitely not it. UTF-8 can represent any Latin-1… Read More »
Last week a friend asked an interesting web-based localization question. He surprised me with it. I wish that I had considered it before, but I had not. In my less than complete analysis of his problem, I found a solution, but I don’t know if he’ll like it. Hell, I barely like it myself, but… Read More »