JetBrains DataSpell 2021.2 Help

File Encodings

If the file or directory encodings are not defined, then the project encoding is used. In case the project encoding cannot be taken (for example, when the project is not yet created), JetBrains DataSpell uses global encoding.

File or directory encodings take precedence over the project encoding, which, in turn, takes precedence over the global encoding.

Global Encoding

Select the encoding to use when other encoding options don't apply.

For example, JetBrains DataSpell will use this encoding for files that are not part of any project or when you check out sources from a version control system.

Project EncodingSelect the encoding to use for files that are not listed in the table.
PathSpecify the path to the files or directories for which you want to configure the encoding.
Encoding

Select the encoding to use for the specified files and directories.

If this selector is disabled, the file probably has a BOM or declares the encoding explicitly. In this case, you can't configure the encoding to use for this file.

The encoding selected for a directory applies to all files and subdirectories within it.

Default encoding for properties files

Select the encoding for properties files in your project.

Transparent native-to-ascii conversion

Show national characters (those not defined in ISO 8859-1) in place of the corresponding escape sequences.

Create UTF-8 files

Select how JetBrains DataSpell should create UTF-8 files:

  • with BOM

  • without BOM

  • with BOM on Window and without BOM otherwise

By default, JetBrains DataSpell creates UTF-8 files without the BOM because some software is not compatible with the BOM, and it may be a problem when interpreting scripts. However, in some cases, you may want to have the BOM in your UTF-8 files.

Last modified: 08 March 2021