Osx v. Sierra
Source Tree Version 2.4 (89)
Before I used PC/Win7 with repos in a linux with smb share witout encoding problems.
Now using the same linux repo opened mounted with sshfs into the macbook
Now when making changes into files (php, utf-8) the comment window shows the ä and ö charachters wrong
//liian pitki√§ taulunimi√§, katkaise
If i change the file to iso-encoding, still shows them wrong with other invalid charachter. In windows was no problem.
Can I make commit without messing everythin up ?
Can I fix this with some setting ?
You should check the git diff like thinsoldier suggested. If the problem is just with the SourceTree preview, it will definitely be safe to commit - SourceTree doesn't use it's own code to modify your repository, it just calls git commands.
If the characters are messed up in the git diff, the this isn't a SourceTree question, it's a git question. Someone here might still be able to answer, but you'll find a broader audience of experts by posting the question on a stack exchange site or in a git irc.
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