[MonoDevelop] string charset bug ?
Rafael Teixeira <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wed, 24 Nov 2004 15:38:15 -0200
In Which encoding did you save your source file?=20
It seems like you saved in UTF-8 without the markers.
So you need to pass the /codepage:utf8 option to compile that file.
For csc you'll need to save it in UTF-8 with markers or in the
windows-1252 encoding, for csc to try to autodetect correctly.
Hope it helps,
On Tue, 23 Nov 2004 23:54:46 +0100, T=F6r=F6k G=E1bor <email@example.com> wro=
> I tried a hello world application on debian "sid" with mono 1.0.2.
> The program:
> public class HelloWorld
> static void Main()
> System.Console.WriteLine("Hello World! =E1rv=EDzf=FAr=F3
> t=FCk=F6rf=FAr=F3g=E9p =C1RV=CDZF=DAR=D3T=DCK=D6RF=DAR=D3G=C9P");
> The output is: Hello World! ?rv?zf?r? t?k?rf?r?g?p ?RV?ZF?R?T?K?RF?R?G?P
> I found some bugs like this on bugzilla, but they seemd to have been solv=
> I compiled my program with "mcs" and also with "csc", the result was the
> same. The program worked correct on windows, and worked incorrect on linu=
> I tried a little asp.net application also with mono, and the result was t=
> same. There was "?" instead of the hungarian characters.
> What can be wrong? Can you help me?
> Thank you!
> Gabor Torok
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Rafael "Monoman" Teixeira
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