I set the following on BridgePoint for Windows:
Eclipse-> Preferences-> Workspace
Then default encoding. Set it to UTF-8.
With this setting, I entered the class description using Japanese. When saved, the encoding of the’.xtuml’ file is MS932 (default encoding of Japanese Windows).
From this, it looks like BridgePoint or Eclipse is not saving in UTF-8 when saving to a file. (Or when reading?)
Next, I tried using Japanese for the class name.
In this case, a folder with the Japanese class name was created in the folder of the class diagram package.
After restarting BridgePoint with this setting, it appears as a blank class in the class diagram and Model Explore no longer shows this class in that package.