On 9/10/07, Arfrever Frehtes Taifersar Arahesis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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> 2007-09-10 21:18:32 Karl Fogel napisał(a):
> > So right now, I think it wouldn't be applied. If we're missing
> > something important, please let us know.
> Thanks for reply.
> %c is too long for `svn ls -v`. Its localization would be also consistent with e.g. `ls -l`.
> I don't have strong arguments for localization of "%a %b %e %H:%M:%S %Y", but e.g. in
> Simplified Chinese the order is "year month day" instead of "month day year", so maybe Cauchy
> would like to localize it.
> No problem in case of "txn" and "rev".
> For me, the most important would be the localization of dates in `svn ls -v`.
Understood. Maybe you could have a look at how ls localized it's
output? Did they do it the way you do, or do they use some other %
format specifier from strftime?
I hope the latter, in which case we should probably use the same
Thanks for your contributions!
Received on Mon Sep 10 21:43:02 2007