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Re: Non-ASCII characters in Green
- To: Aaron Bingham <abingham@xxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Non-ASCII characters in Green
- From: "John Dormer (Automatic_Jack)" <jad@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 07 May 2003 06:40:36 -0500
- Cc: udanax@xxxxxxxxxx
- References: <20030507101048.GA5199@nomad>
I"m not familiar with the codebase, but I've heard of similar problems in
other efforts to internationalize existing code.
As ugly as it sounds, you might only be able to tell where the corruption is
happening by instrumenting the code all the way down and back up from
storage, showing the string at each step. Unless you're really familliar
with a debugging suite, this may be the best answer. Plus, if you log the
output from the code, you can use tools like diff(1) (in a Un*x-like
environment) to see what changed very quickly.