TortoiseGitBlame and UTF-16
By Borisov.Ger... on October 03, 2011 09:16 (imported from Google Code)
Many Microsoft's editors saves non-ascii text files in utf-16 encoding by default (for example, Visual Studio and Notepad)
But Blame can't show text in two-bytes encodings.
- Create file in utf-16 codepage (example in attachment)
- add and commit it to git
- TorioiseGit -> Blame
In files with UTF-16 LE WITH BOM encoding only first line shown correctly, all characters in other lines loor like boxes. TortoiseMerge (Diff) display files in this codepages correctly.
[UTF-16 LE.txt](https://storage.googleapis.com/google-code-attachments/tortoisegit/issue-920/comment-0/UTF-16 LE.txt)
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