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Re: Change locale for $date$?

From: Fabian Cenedese <Cenedese_at_indel.ch>
Date: 2005-10-02 11:34:52 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.

Sorry to come back to this but it's getting annoying. I now upgraded
to recent svn 1.2.3. When I now checkout/update I get dates in
English whereas the older svn used German. TSVN 1.2.3-4295
still uses German and I don't know where I can set anything. I now
can't even diff my own projects without a lot of false positives.
Please anyone, how can I solve my problem? Is there a setting
in the config file or anything?


bye Fabi

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Received on Mon Oct 3 11:37:25 2005

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