(converting *.bftext files, parsing by
parse_text or others.)
BlueFeather doesn't specially treat. If ruby 1.8.x ealier, it is based on $KCODE value then. Else if ruby 1.9.x later, it is based on encoding which String object has.
When you use
bluefeather command, it is based on -e (--encoding) option. Default is UTF-8.
(converting *.bfdoc files, parsing by
parse_document or others.)
BlueFeather uses the following order.
If you want to know about encoding header, see the Metadata reference.
You can specify encoding.
If you use
bluefeather command, you must use -e (--encoding) option for it.
If you use with
parse_document_file, you must use 2nd argument of these methods for it.