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Re: Time Zone Problem for Subclipse

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-12-18 18:20:43 CET

Subclipse doesn't actually touch your files. We execute svn API's via the
client adapter you choose. Since the behavior is different than the the
command line, odds are you are using JavaSVN, as I would expect JavaHL to
work the same as the command line.

The other possibility, is that JavaHL/JavaSVN depend on some locale or
other environment variable to tell it this information and that variable is
not present when you are running Eclipse.

If you are using JavaHL, you probably want to report this on
users@subversion.tigris.org. If you are using JavaSVN, then report it to



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