news <email@example.com> wrote on 06/10/2005 04:10:21 PM:
> > One thing you might try is experimenting with just the Subversion
> > line and your shell settings to see when there is or is not a problem.
> > Also, if you are not using JavaHL within Subclipse, then switching to
> > *might* give better results. No matter what you do, I think your
> > will need to be set in the process that starts Eclipse.
> currently I set the LANG before starting Eclipse what's ok for me.
> Nevertheless I can imagine that it may be a
> limitation for users working on different projects simultaneously with
> different encodings.
There is nothing specific to the Eclipse environment about that problem.
That is why you are better off explaining your general problem on the
Subversion users@ mailing list and ask how someone using the CLI deals
with these issues.
Now that I think about it, I think the locale stuff only matters for the
file and folder names themselves, not the contents. I believe Subversion
just treats the file contents as binary and does not change the file
content based on encoding. Again, the Subversion users@ list would be the
best place to ask.
Subclipse just uses the Subversion API/libraries. Subversion does all of
the reading/writing of your files. So the answers need to come from
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