На 25.8.2010 г. 19:27, Matthew Bentham написа:
> 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 text/html.
Ok, I have understood. It does not make big difference, more important
is that the information exists.
It is better to be compliant with the existing norms and rules, so
svn:mime-type is OK too.
Well, I tested with svn:mime-type=text/plain; charset=windows1251. I
tried to define it as
auto property in [auto-props] section of Subversion config file
(it resides in C:\Documents and Settings\username\Application
This was not successful because ';' after 'plain' is a delimiter and so
is truncated. This is argument against svn:mime-type.
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Received on 2010-08-25 18:55:30 CEST