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xcode generates .h .m files in chinese


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I've been trying to create a new subclass in interface builder. I've been able to create objects and actions, etc. But whenever I try to create the new subclass files .h .m they are not created in english.
It looks like chinese or something. It does it before or after I create an instance. Anyone have any ideas?

Thanks for the help.
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I couldn't figure out what would cause that. I thought that maybe there was a problem with XCode preferences. Specifically the 'Default File Encoding' under the Text Editing tab. My is set to 'Unicode (UTF-8)'. Playing with that did nothing on a test project.

Two possible groups to post to are Stackoverflow and Apples Cocoa-Dev discussion list. I tried search those source with no luck. So I think you're safe to post the question there.

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