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Re: Time Zone Problem for Subclipse

From: <guozhuwei_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-12-18 18:40:32 CET

Thanks Mark,

I am using JavaSVN. I find that if I set the properties of svn:keywords without Id in subclipse, the LastChangedDate will be substituted in CST correctly.

I think it may be a bug of JavaSVN and I will reported it to tmate.org.


On Sun, Dec 18, 2005 at 12:20:43PM -0500, Mark Phippard wrote:
> 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
> tmate.org.
> Thanks
> Mark
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Received on Mon Dec 19 04:40:32 2005

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