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Encoding problems on Windows caused by character -> symbol -> character roundtrip #1950
Some of the encoding problems (e.g., grouping) seem to be caused by converting
On Windows (latin-1 locale):
On Windows, one test fails because of that.
So, currently we should suggest using ASCII (or at least native-encoded) column names, and not fiddle with the encoding, in particular not set it to UTF-8 on Windows.
A lot of internal dplyr logic seems to be based on the
IIUC, the over-arching issue is that the
referenced this issue
Jun 21, 2016
Windows users are confined to their native encoding for column names anyway if they want to use them in expressions. These are always in the native encoding, the following doesn't work on Windows:
~成交日期 ## Error: unexpected input in "~\"
For characters that can be represented in the native encoding,
I have submitted a bug report to R's bugzilla concerning the behavior of