Syncro SVN Client lets you configure how character encodings are recognized when opening
files and which encodings are used when saving files. To configure encoding options, open the Preferences dialog and go to Encoding. The following encoding options are available:
encoding - Default character encoding of non-XML documents if their character
encoding cannot be determined from other sources (like, for example, specified in the
document itself, or determined by the file type).
Note: For certain document types, the
following encoding detection rules are used:
For XML, DTD and CSS documents, Syncro SVN Client tries to collect the
character encoding from the document. If no such encoding is found, then
UTF-8 is used.
handling - This setting specifies how to handle characters that cannot be
represented in the character encoding that is used when the document is opened. The
available options are:
REPORT - displays an error identifying the character that
cannot be represented in the specified encoding. Unrecognized characters are rendered as
an empty box. This is the default option.
IGNORE - the error is ignored and the character is not included
in the document displayed in the editor.
Attention: If you edit and save the
document, the characters that cannot be represented in the specified encoding are
REPLACE - the character is replaced with a standard replacement
character. For example, if the encoding is UTF-8, the replacement character has the
Unicode code FFFD, and if the encoding is ASCII, the replacement
character code is 63.