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I just edited a .html file using Adobe Dreamweaver, the charset is gb2312 since it's a Chinese website, then I used TextMate to edit the file, after I save the file, it was changed into utf-8 since the version of TextMate I'm using doesn't support Chinese. Is there any way I change the charset back to gb2312?

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You can use Utilities -> Terminal and then sudo -s then Use the following command

iconv -f UTF-8 -t GB2312 oldfile.html > newfile.html

Change the charset in command accordingly.

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Mac has a file version system like TimeMachine. You can browse the previous versions of the file. See if mac saved the previous version of your file.

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  • actually iconv doesn't support GB-2312, and I didn't set up Time Machine. But thanks a lot!
    – vvv214
    Mar 18, 2013 at 1:07
  • @vvv214 iconv -l includes GB2312, but you could also try brew install recode; recode utf8..gb2312 input.txt.
    – Lri
    Mar 18, 2013 at 8:19

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