At 12:24 08/10/27, James Gray wrote:

>They sure could, yeah.  Our policy for TextMate development has always  
>been that UTF-8 is king.  We use it heavily and I'm sure some scripts  
>do contain multibyte characters in UTF-8.

Wouldn't it be only these scripts (including those that contain
\x escapes for UTF-8) that need the encoding indication at the top?
(please note that literals with \u escapes are automatically UTF-8).

Regards,   Martin.


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