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Re: [SVN Perspective] incorrect date parsing for SVN repository view

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-08-07 19:59:46 CEST

You might have to set your LOCALE or something like that so that the CLI
knows how to convert from UTF-8 to the correct locale. You would do this
in a shell script prior to starting Eclipse.

You could also try JavaHL or JavaSVN. They do not rely on parsing CLI
output and work a lot better and much, much faster.

The next version of Subclipse will have JavaSVN included, but it is still
easy to install it in to the version you are running.



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