Add this URL to your Eclipse Installation to reach this solution's update site.
File Encoding Info is an Eclipse plugin which will try to detect the encoding of the current editing text file.
This Eclipse plugin adds the following features to Eclipse:
Unsuccessful Installs in the last 7 Days: 0
By adding the following code below to your website you will be able to add an install button for File Encoding Info.HTML Code:
Submitted by Shinji Kashihara (cypher256) on Sun, 2016-06-19 22:32
Forked from this excellent plugin.https://marketplace.eclipse.org/content/encoding-statusbar
Submitted by Yat Shing Tsoi on Mon, 2016-06-20 11:12
Good to see clone with more features, but why remove the alert feature? I think this feature is important.
Submitted by Shinji Kashihara (cypher256) on Fri, 2016-06-24 09:55
Alert feature is good, but I wanted to suppress it .
It might be able to switch configuration in the future.
Submitted by Iceflame Mister on Tue, 2015-06-16 05:10
I have install this plug-in, but ,to my surprise,there is no any usefulness just like I do not install it. By the way , other users have feed back this problem , but there is still no solutions provided!
Submitted by Yat Shing Tsoi on Tue, 2015-06-23 09:16
The old version did not work after Eclipse 4.2. Can spare some time to fix it finally.
Submitted by Stefano Giostra on Fri, 2013-04-26 05:01
I've installed File Encoding Info in my eclispe 4.2
The system said to me that the plug-in is installed buon i can't see the info about the coding of my file
I'm using Eclipse with Pydev for develop Python code
Submitted by Everton Agner on Thu, 2011-02-17 13:46
Very useful tool (the whole feature should be included on eclipse itself), it really helped me out with some weird bugs with encodings :)
Submitted by Jan Mutter on Fri, 2011-02-04 10:12
Submitted by Netroby Mising name on Mon, 2011-01-17 21:38
Good tools , it works under eclipse helios
Submitted by Inside Mising name on Wed, 2010-08-18 04:35
I have installed on Zend Studio 7.2, but it but it didn't display. Can you help me?
Submitted by Bertrand GILLIS on Fri, 2010-02-12 15:54
Actually I've been using Eclipse 3.5.1... but I've been using the classic update functionality to install plugins. That way I can choose the folder where I'd like to install the plugin in.
I don't have any issue with other plugin update sites so far but all these sites are providing a site.xml. Maybe you could add that file for backward compatibility.
Submitted by Yat Shing Tsoi on Fri, 2010-02-12 22:53
Should be OK now. Thank you for your suggestion.
Submitted by Bertrand GILLIS on Sat, 2010-02-13 12:04
Thank you very much... everything is working flawlessly now.
Submitted by Bertrand GILLIS on Fri, 2010-02-12 08:43
The update site doesn't provide a site.xml.
So it's not possible to install the plugin through Eclipse.
Submitted by Yat Shing Tsoi on Fri, 2010-02-12 11:04
I exported the update site from the FileEncodingInfo feature using Eclipse 3.5. And I can update from the update site fine. I have no experience developing plugin for previous versions of Eclipse, maybe, site.xml is not needed anymore.
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