Emacs shows .script is a UTF16BE file?

[]Edit a .script file and add a few kanji characters to it
]Save the file
[*]Open a terminal window and emacs the file you just saved

The file appears to me to have a BOM that is in Big Endian order.
This tells me that the file is UTF16BE encoded.

What encoding does Eggplant use for files w/ non ASCII chars?
How can we save .script files as UTF8 encoded?



Have you saved your script in RTF or plain text format? You can change the format of your scripts under the “Format” menu.

The file is Plain Text.
When I save as Rich Text it is much harder to diff in Perforce.

I would like a way to have Eggplant be able to natively save as UTF8.