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Minor annoyance with i8n

From: Damphyr <damphyr_at_freemail.gr>
Date: 2006-03-29 12:52:27 CEST

Well, I have an English XP installation with German local settings and
Spanish and Greek adjustments (like my timezone etc.)
With the whole mix up I tend to prefer having the programs in English.
Now, svn picks up the German settings and insists on talking German to
me, which is not a problem in itself, it's just that it gets on my nerves.
Is there a way to convince it to switch back to English? (I'm sure there
is, I'm just to lazy to search)

Oh, and I have to say, these assumptions about the language to use are
very annoying to us quadrilingual programmers :)
Just because my keyboard has a german layout does not mean that my
system has german Windows. I guess it's more a Windows problem, but I
would love to be able to choose the language at installation time.
Cheers,
V.-

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