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Bad surprise of the day: SysUtils.TEncoding in XE2+ defaults to ANSI, while in XE it defaulted to UTF-8.

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/03/11

Bad surprise of the day: SysUtils.TEncoding in XE2+ defaults to ANSI, while in XE it defaulted to UTF-8 .Among other things this means that TStringList… – Eric Grange – Google+

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+Stefan Glienke Indeed, you’re right. The issue must be deeper somewhere. Don’t have time to investigate too much, I’m bypassing the RTL now (also have to work around the limitation that for utf-8 the TEncoding.GetString method returns an empty string if one character in the buffer isn’t utf-8)

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I wouldn’t trust the RTL at all with loading non-ascii text, we’ve had it hang on invalid UTF-8 codes more than once.

–jeroen

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