Carfield Yim <email@example.com> wrote on 06/21/2005 11:42:06 PM:
> > As for JavaHL, I would suggest experimenting with the SVN command
> > think to checkout a Chinese filename your LOCALE would have to be set
> > UTF-8 locale. On Linux, you would set this value in a shell script
> > then start Eclipse from that script.
> > There is probably some place in OS X where you can set the LOCALE
> > globally.
> So you mean manually change my machine locate to UTF-8? I wish I don't
> need to do in this way as this probably broken the other file in my
Subversion stores everything in UTF-8 internally, but when you checkout it
converts from UTF-8 to your locale. If you are using a locale that does
not support the characters in the filename, then it will fail. If you
make your locale UTF-8, then it should be able to handle all characters.
It is not likely that making your locale UTF-8 would cause any problems.
I would suggest that you recreate the problem with the Subversion command
line. Then take the issue to the Subversion users@ mailing list. That
will just widen your audience and likely lead to more definitive
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Received on Wed Jun 22 22:34:11 2005