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Thiago Macieira thiago at kde.org
Thu Jul 28 11:52:17 BST 2005

Kuba Ober wrote:
>It's very easy to mess them up. Say if you work on a couple different
>projects, and the authors didn't agree (as they typically don't) on
> using one common encoding. Most good source editors can be set to use
> one default encoding, and that encoding can be changed per-window, but
> it's a royal pain to always manually set ~/project1/blah.c to utf-8
> while ~/project2/foo.c is iso8859-1. Etc.

Not an issue for KDE: all source code files are UTF-8 (whether people like 
it or not).

But please write source code comments in English so that other developers 
can understand it.
  Thiago Macieira  -  thiago (AT) macieira.info - thiago (AT) kde.org
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3. Ac seo woruld wearð geborod, swá se Scieppend cwæð "Gewurde Unix" and 
wundor fremede and him "Unix" genemned, þæt is se rihtendgesamnung.
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