Code Inspections in Internationalization
This topic lists all DataGrip code inspections available in Internationalization.
You can toggle specific inspections or change their severity level on the Editor | Inspections page of the IDE settings Ctrl+Alt+S.
Reports characters that cannot be displayed because of the current document encoding. Examples:
You can fix this by changing the file encoding either by specifying the encoding directly in the file, e.g. by editing
If you type international characters in a document with the US-ASCII charset, some characters will be lost on save.
If you load a UTF-8-encoded file using the ISO-8859-1 one-byte charset, some characters will be displayed incorrectly.
encoding= attribute in the XML prolog of XML file, or by changing the corresponding options in Settings | Editor | File Encodings.
Reports code elements that use non-ASCII symbols in an unusual context. Example:
Non-ASCII characters used in identifiers, strings, or comments.
Identifiers written in different languages, such as
myСollection with the letter
C written in Cyrillic.
Comments or strings containing Unicode symbols, such as long dashes and arrows.
Last modified: 07 April 2022