Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 576047
gedit should use GB18030 or GBK as auto detected character encoding in Chinese(汉语（中国））desktop
Last modified: 2011-07-04 02:31:35 EDT
Created attachment 401937 [details]
Description of problem:
When log in Chinese desktop, use gedit to open a chinese file(attached) by character encoding automatically detected, it can't be opened(see attached). If use GB18030 or GBK encoding, this file can be read normally.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.login to Chinese desktop(汉语 中国)
Use GB18030 or GBK as auto detected encoding
Created attachment 401938 [details]
gedit error window
I checked the schemas in gedit rpm package, and find that the default gconf setting for encoding detection for zh-CN is:
and moving the CURRENT behind the GB18030 will work around this issue.
(In reply to comment #2)
> I checked the schemas in gedit rpm package, and find that the default gconf
> setting for encoding detection for zh-CN is:
> <locale name="zh_CN">
> and moving the CURRENT behind the GB18030 will work around this issue.
> <locale name="zh_CN">
I'm sure that I did follow you advice ,moving the CURRENT behind the GB18030 use gconf-edit,then logout and relogin fedora.
and i found the "auto detecting encoding" problem still exist!
any more help?
the "auto detecting encoding" problem still exist in gedit-2.29.9-1.fc13.i686.rpm
I chatted with Luo Bin on #fedora-zh irc.
For users I guess they can manually adjusts the sequence of auto detecting encoding order themselves.
But after modify the auto detecting encoding, it doesn't work on Fedora 13.
I tested on Fedora 12, which is OK.
Maybe this is a regression bug.
New problem found here may helpful to resolve this bug：
gedit can't auto detecting the correct codesetting of the utf-8 text file in attachment (wine.spec).
Created attachment 404644 [details]
gedit in Fedora 13 ,open it make problem
This problem still persists in gedit-2.30.4-1.fc14.
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