Cucumber stripping the letter "a" on windows

It looks like cucumber is having the problem with the letter “a” again
… a problem with handling the angstrom character and windows:

Feture: list the vilble repositories
So tht I cn subscribe to repositories
I wnt to see list of the repositories
When I go to the GitNotified site

Scenrio: More thn one repository #
fetures/repository_list.feture:6
Given repository directory #
fetures/repository_list.feture:7
nd there is repository nmed “repo_one” #
fetures/repository_list.feture:8
nd there is repository nmed “repo_two” #
fetures/repository_list.feture:9
When I select the repoository index pge #
fetures/repository_list.feture:10
Then I will see listing with “repo_one” #
fetures/repository_list.feture:11
nd listing with “repo_two” #
fetures/repository_list.feture:12

6 scenrios
6 undefined steps

BPC

On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 9:19 PM, Colfer, Brian [email protected]
wrote:

It looks like cucumber is having the problem with the letter “a” again … a
problem with handling the angstrom character and windows:

Who stole my a’s ? :smiley:

I’m working in a new version of win32console that will handle much
better UTF and other encodings.

Once I’ve that released (in the upcoming days if I hit the Iconv
jackpot), Cucumber can be updated to feed it with the proper encoding
(UTF8)

Since I’m looking targe 1.9 functionality too, will be tricky get
yours a’s back today :slight_smile:


Luis L.
AREA 17

Perfection in design is achieved not when there is nothing more to add,
but rather when there is nothing more to take away.
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

On Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 5:07 AM, Luis L. [email protected]
wrote:

On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 9:19 PM, Colfer, Brian [email protected]
wrote:

It looks like cucumber is having the problem with the letter “a” again …
a
problem with handling the angstrom character and windows:

I don’t see any of you mentioning the Troubleshooting page in the wiki.
Have
you read it?

Aslak

Who stole my a’s ? :smiley:

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