Charco contains an interface to a character set conversion facility. With Charco you can turn a string represented by a local character set into the one represented by another character set. Charco supports the most common character set encodings found on Windows, OS X and Linux, including a full complement of UTF-encodings.
To change character set encodings with Charco for the text in your file, follow the following 4-step procedure.
-Select the input file by pressing the Input File button.
-Select the character encoding for the input file.
-Select the encoding you want the output file to be in.
-Press the Save As button to select the name for the output file which will contain the text in its new character encoding. After selecting the file name for the output file, the recoding process will run.
· GTK+ 2.x
· GTK 2.x