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Re: Text timestamps in the $Date$ field

From: George Hazan <george.hazan_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-28 12:41:48 CEST

   Hello, Rainer!
   Sun, 27 Aug 2006 21:46:54 +0200 you wrote:

>> ============== 8< ============== >8 ==============
>> Last change on : $Date: 2006-08-27 17:21:42 +0400 (╨Т╤Б, 27 ╨░╨▓╨│ 2006)
>> $
>> ============== 8< ============== >8 ==============
RM> IIRC, it is Subversion itself doing the replacement in the current
RM> locale. So I don't think there is an easy way for now.

Hmm... the problem is that it works differently on the same machine, under
the same user. Sometimes a timestamp contains only digits; sometimes TSVN
adds these strings. It might depend on a moonphase, dunno, but it's a matter
of fact :)

RM> But since the replacement happens on the client side it won't be a
RM> problem for non-russian users of your repository.

It's a problem for me :) I don't like to view symbols like quoted above in
my programs. Imho, it would be more logical to use the current ANSI codepage
instead of UTF8, because not all editors display these symbols correctly.
Also, due to some reasons, I can't use the english codepage... I need to see
cyrillic chars in some ancient apps I have to use.

-- 
WMBR, George Hazan (ghazan@postman.ru) 
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