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Re: : how to convert to file encode from utf-8 toASCII?
From: Guy Harris <guy () alum mit edu>
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2014 09:46:27 -0700
On Mar 27, 2014, at 1:15 AM, "??????????" <237825552 () qq com> wrote:
the file inside wireshark is too much
The source files in the Wireshark source are strictly ASCII - the Wireshark build process checks for that and reports
errors if it finds non-ASCII characters. (The AUTHORS file is UTF-8, and has non-ASCII characters, so that it can, for
example, say "Stig Bj?0?3rlykke". The comment in README.developer does *not* apply to files that don't get run through
C or C++ compilers.)
An ASCII file, with no non-ASCII characters in it, is also a UTF-8 file. I don't know what's reporting that the file
is UTF-8 encoded, but that's "true" of all the Wireshark source in a trivial sense.
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