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[1.8] § symbol replacement


LEGOlord208

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Sorry for having a little short post, but I accenently removed all I had typed, so now I am shorting this down:

Hello Again.

Today I have problem with the § symbol in gradle. It was replaced with a wied ?!?!? on export. This have happend earlier, so I did as then: Adding a line to build.gradle . Now § is only replaced with ?. Now I need the right symbol to replace the § symbol with so it fixed. Now the question is: What is that symbol? My first time I had this error I replaced the symbols (Å Ä and Ö) with characers from the sv_SE.lang .

Thanks

And if I ever helped anyone with anything, let me know

I am a noob in forge

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First of all make sure your IDE stores your files as UTF-8. That's the best encoding you can use for text-files.

Then you need to tell gradle that your files are in UTF-8: http://mrhaki.blogspot.de/2012/06/gradle-goodness-set-java-compiler.html

 

The line I added to huild.gradle made it UTF-8. I think eclipse is UTF-8 too. Because it only messes up when exporting.

And if I ever helped anyone with anything, let me know

I am a noob in forge

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So... it didn't work after telling gradle your files are in utf-8?

Then your files are not actually in utf-8. Note that utf-8 is not the default encoding in eclipse.

 

That explains everything. If eclipse is not in UTF-8.

 

The line I added to build.gradle was exactly from the same link as you sent me.

And if I ever helped anyone with anything, let me know

I am a noob in forge

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Yes, if you tell gradle that your files are utf-8, you need to make sure they actually are utf-8.

 

But if you read above, I said it actually changed ?!?!??!¿ to just ?.

 

Gradle is for sure doing it's job

And if I ever helped anyone with anything, let me know

I am a noob in forge

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