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Re: [PATCH] fix for ?\nnn in outputs from 'svn ls -v'

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-11-03 17:20:50 CET

Kobayashi Noritada <nori1@dolphin.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp> writes:
> 'svn ls -v' displayed '?\nnn's for the last changed date.
> nori1[16:06]% svn ls -v ~/svnwc/mantle
> 1 nori1 572 10?\183?\238 24 18:28 GUIDELINES
> 6 nori1 10?\183?\238 30 07:10 calculation/
> 7 nori1 11?\183?\238 01 21:51 notes/
> 4 nori1 10?\183?\238 28 22:07 publication/
> Since I had learned this regression was due to double translation thanks
> to r11172, I created and present a patch (only an one-line change).
> Prease check it.
> Thanks in advance,

I'm assuming this passes 'make check'? If so, +1 to commit.

It looks like we always meant to use utf8_timestr there, we just
forgot to. Oops.

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Thanks for the patch!


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