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Re: [PATCH] new configuration option 'human-timestamp-format-suffix'

From: Peter N. Lundblad <peter_at_famlundblad.se>
Date: 2006-01-31 10:50:58 CET

On Tue, 31 Jan 2006, Michael Lukashov wrote:

> Why should one bother to change this option? You see, expansion of
> 'LastChangedDate, Date' keywords is affected by locale set on client's
> computer. If locale isn't English (for example, Russian), expanded
> keyword looks like this: LastChangedDate: 2005-12-16 16:42:25 +0300
> (&#166;&#223;T&#194;, 16 &#166;+&#166;&#166;&#166;&#166; 2005) That is,
> Russian symbols are UTF-encoded. It is not acceptable in many cases. I
> think it is useful to have an option that controls how 'LastChangedDate,
> Date' keywords are expanded.
The UTF8 problem is issue #2332. I don't think adding this option is a
good idea, since it only solves part of the problem. We also blindly put
UTF8 when you use the Id keyword (pathnames) and usernames. Also, people
have asked for more options regarding the format of keywords, so if/when
we do something about this, it needs to be more flexible.

Thanks for the patch, anyway,

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