The default character encoding for the text library is specified in
and affects functions such as Print(), NPrint(),
TextOut(), and CreateTextObject().
The default character encoding for the string library needs to be specified in
sencoding parameter and affects most functions of the string library, i.e.
functions such as ReplaceStr() and StrLen().
The following character encodings are currently supported by Hollywood:
#ENCODING_ISO8859_1on AmigaOS and compatibles doesn't really mean ISO 8859-1 but whatever is the system's default character encoding. On most Amiga systems, this is ISO 8859-1 anyway, but Eastern European systems use a different encoding for example.
Starting with Hollywood 7.0,
#ENCODING_ISO8859_1 shouldn't be used any longer.
It is still supported for compatibility reasons but it can lead to problems
on non-ISO-8859-1 systems. You should always use
with Hollywood 7.0.