Use this sheet the specify the language and encoding properties.
Specifies the original language of the source. This tells what language is used in the original file or database. If the original item contains two or more languages mixed together set the language that is most widely used.
Specifies the original encoding (i.e. character set) that is used in the original file or database.
Specifies the default language. This languages is used in the build process if there is no translation given in the project sheet. The translation select rule is following. Use first the translation given in the language column of the build language. If there is no translation then use the country neutral column (if the build language is country specific and a country neutral column exists). If this value is empty too then use the translation given in the column of the default language. If no translation is found then the original value is used.
For example if the project contains English, German and German (Switzerland) and the build language is German (Switzerland) and the default language is English the search order is German (Switzerland) - German - English - original.
Specifies the default new line encoding. It is used if the original data does not contains new lines but the translated data contains. Possible values are:
|Line feed||Single line feed character (0A or 000A) are used to mark a new line|
|Carriage return||Single carriage return character (0D or 000D) are used to mark a new line|
|Line feed + Carriage return||Line feed and carriage return characters are used to mark a new line|
|Carriage return + Line feed||Carriage return and line feed characters are used to mark a new line|
Read more about new lines.
Contains a encoding list. With some sources multiple encoding can be used. By default the most common encoding is used. However you can change the encoding by right clicking the item and selecting a new value. In some sources such as Delphi and C++Builder the encoding can not be set. In those cases this list is not shown.
Specifies if Sisulizer includes the byte order mark (BOM) in the beginning of UTF-8 or UTF-16 file when writing files. The following table contains BOM used with each file format:
|UTF-8||0xEF, 0xBB, 0xBF||UTF-8 is byte order insensitive but BOM is used to make difference between code page based text files and UTF-8 based text files.|
|UTF-16LE||0xFF, 0xFE||Little endian UTF-16 text file.|
|UTF-16BE||0xFE, 0xFF||Big endian UTF-16 text file.|
|Code page||N/A||BOM is not used with code page based text files.|