On 25/08/2010 17:01, Ivan Cenov wrote:
> ???? 25.8.2010 ??. 08:54, B Smith-Mannschott ????????????:
>> The property svn:mime-type carries charset information as an
>> additional field:
>> $ svn propset svn:mime-type "text/plain;charset=Windows-1251"
>> file1.txt file2.txt ...
>> // ben
> Hi, I tried with
> svn:*mime*-type* text/plain; charset=Windows-1251
> *svn:mime-type* text/plain; charset=windows-1251
> *svn:mime-type* text/plain;charset=windows-1251
> *svn:mime-type* text/plain; charset=Windows-1251
> on a file d.c but without success. ViewVC continued to show ???? instead
> of cyrillic letters.
> Well, Subversion supplies the information. It is up to ViewVC to deal
> with it...
> From my point of view, it would be better a dedicated property to be
> svn:charset is only an example.
Maybe, but doing it this way is consistent with the way that the charset
is included in the "Content-Type" http header alongside the mime type,
described eg. here:
It makes sense to include it alongside the mime-type, because it's only
valid to set it if the document is of type 'text', eg. text/plain or
Received on 2010-08-25 18:27:56 CEST