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Re: Umlauts in log message on Win2k

From: Barkey, Christian LUX <Christian.Barkey_at_HVB.lu>
Date: 2004-09-01 16:33:12 CEST

> > are installed. But be aware, there may be incompatible versions
> > coming around with Subversion and TortoiseSVN (my experience). So
> > the variable must point to the correct directory.
> Indeed svn and tortoise had separate iconv dirs, the one from
> tortoise was set
> as default. When I set the env variable to the svn iconv dir,
> svn works from
> the command line - will I have the same problem with tortoise
> then?! What is
> the "correct" way to solve this?

I think, there is no "correct" way.

What I do is:
Normally use TortoiseSVN with the system Env - variable point
to the iconv - directory of TSVN. When using the commandline,
I switch the env.variable to point to the subversion directory,
doing this by a small batch which switchs the variable and then
call the svn - command I want.

Best Regards

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