Hello

Im trying the ini4j library but I seem to be having problems writing a Unicode file (no problems reading I believe)

Is this a Java issue or ini4j?

Thank you

pretty difficult to say where your problem is ...
what do you mean by: seem to be having problems?
what problem? does it give an error message, if so, which one, ...

it's obviously a Java issue, since ini4j is a Java api, but whether the issue is within ini4j or in your code ...

pretty difficult to say where your problem is ...
what do you mean by: seem to be having problems?
what problem? does it give an error message, if so, which one, ...

it's obviously a Java issue, since ini4j is a Java api, but whether the issue is within ini4j or in your code ...

Man I explain things wrong....

Instead of writing in the file

ñ

it puts

\u007a

which I BELIEVE is a ANSI/ASCI code right

Something like

helloñhello

is written as

hello\u007ahello

Anyone have any ideas or tips? I know the FileWriter doesnt support Unicode (dumb on Sun's part) but is there any alternatives? I cant seem to get DataStreamWriter to work correctly with ini4j

Some text and code example:

Here is the contents of the ini name hey.ini lets say:

helloñhello

[section]
x=test

now code:

Ini vini=new Ini();
vini.load(new FileReader("hey.ini"));
String v =vini.get("section").get("x");
System.out.println("The variable contains before saving: " + v);
System.out.println(v.length());
vini.put("section", "x", Integer.parseInt("123"));		
//OutputStreamWriter writer = new OutputStreamWriter(new FileOutputStream("hey.ini"),"UTF-8");	
vini.store(new FileOutputStream("hey.ini"));			
FileOutputStream file_output=new FileOutputStream("hey.ini");		 
DataOutputStream data_out=new DataOutputStream(file_output);
vini.store(new OutputStreamWriter(data_out,"UTF-8"));		
//vini.store(new OutputStreamWriter("hey.ini","UTF-8"));			
vini.load(new FileReader("hey.ini"));	
v =vini.get("section").get("x");
System.out.println("The variable contains after saving:: " + v);
System.out.println(v.length());

After running this code, the hey.ini file is:

hello\u007ahello

[section]
x = 123

Edited 4 Years Ago by riahc3: n/a

Fixed.

The correct code is:

Ini vini=new Ini();
vini.load(new FileReader("hey.ini"));
String v =vini.get("section").get("x");
System.out.println("The variable contains before saving: " + v);
System.out.println(v.length());
vini.put("section", "x", Integer.parseInt("123"));		
//OutputStreamWriter writer = new OutputStreamWriter(new FileOutputStream("hey.ini"),"ISO-8859-1");	
vini.store(new FileOutputStream("hey.ini"));
FileOutputStream file_output=new FileOutputStream("hey.ini");		 DataOutputStream data_out=new DataOutputStream(file_output);
vini.store(new OutputStreamWriter(data_out,"ISO-8859-1"));
//vini.store(new OutputStreamWriter("hey.ini","ISO-8859-1"));
vini.load(new FileReader("hey.ini"));
v =vini.get("section").get("x");
System.out.println("The variable contains after saving:: " + v);
System.out.println(v.length());
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