Maybe your JVM's default charset has changed?  Try -Dfile.encoding="UTF-8"
when you start Java.

Even if that fixes things, it's perhaps still a bug.  The tool should
probably not depend on the default charset, but should explicitly set its
expected input encoding.  So, if that's the problem, please file an issue.


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