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Re: Missing encoding property per repository location

From: Marc Guillemot <mguillemot_at_yahoo.fr>
Date: 2005-06-10 22:10:21 CEST

> One thing you might try is experimenting with just the Subversion command
> 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 that
> *might* give better results. No matter what you do, I think your locale
> 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.

Received on Sat Jun 11 06:10:21 2005

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