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Re: Change locale for $date$?

From: Fabian Cenedese <Cenedese_at_indel.ch>
Date: 2005-09-27 17:27:26 CEST

>>Yeah, question still remains. But from the answers so far I
>>take it as a "no", as I had thought previously. So to append
>>another question: Could something like this be planned for the
>>future? Maybe as part of some bigger localization changes?
>On the command-line, it's very easy to have Subversion use a
>different locale. Just set the environment variable:
>LANG=fr_FR svn info
>That should work for any locale-aware Unix program, not just Subversion.

I know that this should work on *ix. But I wrote in the first mail
that the clients are on Win2K. There is no LANG variable on
Windows and setting one doesn't change things either.

>Specifically to your question about keyword expansion, since keyword
>expansion occurs on the client side when you check out or update, it
>appears that you should set the locale at the time when you check out
>or update:
>LANG=fr_FR svn co $REPO [$WC]
>For TortoiseSVN, I have no idea where it gets its locale information
>from; if that's important to you, ask on their mailing list.

I can imagine (or hope) that TSVN is "only" a user interface but
uses the same code for the main functionality as svn. So they
would both get the information from the same place on Windows.
If that is the case the TSVN people may not even know where
as it "just works" :) But I can ask there anyway.


bye Fabi

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