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Groovy: Bad characters on 2.5.3 version but not in 1.5.7  RSS feed

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I'm trying to display words with especial characters on groovy. They are been replaced by "?" character on 2.5.3 version, but not using an older one like 1.5.7

is a version bug?


Extra info:

executing the same code with different groovy versions we get different results (the correct characters with the older and "?" with 2.5.3)

Running on RHL with JVM 1.8.0_161

Code sample:

Expected output:

árbol è í ï Església Ramón

Real output:

?rbol ? ? ? Esgl?sia Ram?n
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