Bug 385481 - Compare of (SVN) History ignores encoding. Summary: Compare
of (SVN) History ... problem is not specific to comparisons. Just opening an old
revision from Team->Show History will not show non-ASCII characters properly.
Oct 6, 2010 ... If it's not, please provide detailed description and if it's possible > with examples
of what you need. Have you ever used the "Change ASCII/Binary property"-
wizard of the CVS client? It allows to set the ASCII/Binary property for ...
Nov 28, 2010 ... ... annotate command will only work with files that are marked as > ASCII in the
CVS repository. Also, the command will open a text > file to show the changes
even if the associated editor in the > workbench is a non-text editor.
By default ISO 8859-1 character encoding is used for Eclipse properties file (read
here), so if the file contains any character beyond ISO 8859-1 then it will not be ...
Usage for UTF-8: native2ascii -encoding utf8 e:\a.txt e:\b.txt ...
I had the same problem: I checked in a number of utf8 files (native encoding for
Linux), some of which were picked up wrongly ... For example, svn adds eclipse .
project and .classpath as application/xml and treats them as bin.
May 5, 2010 ... For those of you programming in Java using the Eclipse IDE, this article will
explain all the steps you should take to make sure your project is using Unicode
and it's preferred encoding UTF-8 everywhere, to ensure your ...
May 29, 2009 ... text=0x85258c8 "Synchronize SVN (Workspace)") at /build/buildd/gtk+2.0-2.16.1/
gtk/gtkwidget.c:6504 #2 0xb745372d in ... com.ibm.icu (4.0.1.v20090415) "
International Components for Unicode for J= ava (ICU4J)" [Active]
The Subversive project is aimed to integrate the Subversion (SVN) version
control system with the Eclipse platform. ... Subversive 4.0 release - Subversive
4.0 not just introduces the SVN 1.9 support, but advances the commit integration
API up ...
Sometimes jokingly referred to as the blame, it allows you to pick any ASCII file (
see note on binary files) and get a ... the command will open a text file to show
the changes even if the associated editor in the workbench is a non-text editor.