On 10/19/05, Amund Mortensen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Oh, I'm sorry.
> This server are running gentoo, x86 cpu. subversion 1.2.3-r1.
> my locale:
> I'm using bash.
> before you asked about my locale I had it to none, everything was blank.
> Then I tried setting it to nb_NO.utf8 (my language)
> then subversion didn't work at all, got this message:
> svn: error: cannot set LC_ALL locale
> svn: error: environment variable LC_ALL is nb_NO
> svn: error: please check that your locale name is correct
> Now I got it on en_US.utf8 and the characters has changed, but not to
> something readable ;)
> any ideas?
Please keep users cc'ed and avoid top-posting.
That information should help, unfortunately I've never seen that error
message. Does anyone else have any ideas?
> On Wed, 19 Oct 2005 17:26:48 +0200, Joshua Varner <email@example.com>
> > On 10/19/05, Amund Mortensen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> Hey,
> >> I'm having some trubbel makeing subversion show nordic characters.
> >> when I run svn log 'repository', every character thats special are
> >> printed
> >> as a number. This also happens
> >> with viewsvn on the same machine. When I view the log with eclipse
> >> plugin
> >> (another machine) it's showing the right characters.
> >> This is the only program I'm having this problem with, any ideas?
> >> -Amund.
> > What is the locale setting of your shell. The command line converts to
> > native encoding before it prints, but Eclipse may be handling this
> > differently
> > so it doesn't require the conversion and displays the UTF-8 directly.
> > We need platform/shell/locale information before we can give better
> > advice.
> > Josh
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