2011/7/8 BRAGA, Bruno <bruno.braga_at_gmail.com>:
> On Thu, Jul 7, 2011 at 11:26 PM, Konstantin Kolinko <knst.kolinko_at_gmail.com>
>> 2011/7/7 BRAGA, Bruno <bruno.braga_at_gmail.com>:
>> > So, I was wondering if there is any way to set the locale of the SVN
>> > client
>> > in a server, to ensure it will always checkout using a certain locale
>> > (of
>> > course, English). Doing so in Japanese or Chinese, for instance, messes
>> > up
>> > with the compilation of files, if you have enforced locale tags en every
>> > file. One good example if the $Date $ keyword, which gives the date in
>> > Unicode chars for Japanese.
>> 1) Do not use $Date$. It is not for you. It 1) uses local timezone, 2)
>> uses utf-8 regardless of the actual file encoding. Forcing a locale
>> would not solve 1).
> Yes, we are curently using something like:
> $ export LC_MESSAGES='en_US.UTF-8' && svn co ...
>> 2) Do not use $Id, if you have non-english characters in committer
>> login names or in file name (because of utf-8, see above)
> Hum... I did not know that we were not supposed to use this... At lest it is
> good to know that this is the solution.
The UTF-8 issue that I mentioned is known as
>> Any other keyword is causing trouble?
> We did not have problems with the $Id, only with the $Date. But I will
> follow your suggestion, and remove both.
> However, it kind of kills the merit of using svn:keywords, at least for us.
Received on 2011-07-08 05:55:17 CEST