I have a bash script encoded in utf8 .
Within the script i use sed command using
§ as a separator .
Now when i run execute this script
sed complains about the separator.
If i use normal char as a separator for ex
@ then everything works.
I have viewed the script in putty[set utf8 in putty] and the character appears fine.
Also Linux default char set from
locale command shows
What could have gone wrong?
Earlier i used to have windows-1252 encoding for the shell scripts and this used to work.