[TxMt] Re: CSS (overtype broken/removed?)
josh at epweblogic.com
Mon Aug 28 18:41:12 UTC 2006
On Aug 28, 2006, at 10:55 AM, Steve Lianoglou wrote:
> You're going to need to install subversion and pull them from the
> SVN repository.
> You can find more details here:
Thanks Steve, but I'm not too familiar with the terminal. Not sure
what to do here:
> 5.7.2 Setting LC_CTYPE
> You must set the LC_CTYPE variable to use UTF-8. If you do not, svn
> will give you an svn: Can't recode string error when it stumbles
> upon non-ASCII filenames (some of the bundle items use these).
> If you are using bash you should put this in your ~/.bash_profile
> (or a similar file which gets sourced when you open a terminal):
> export LC_CTYPE=en_US.UTF-8
> Users of zsh should put it in ~/.zshrc and tcsh users should
> instead put this line in their ~/.tcshrc:
> setenv LC_CTYPE en_US.UTF-8
> Remember that after adding this, you need to start a new shell for
> the updated profile to take effect.
> Also be aware that the LC_ALL environment variable takes precedence
> over LC_CTYPE, so if you have set this elsewhere you should either
> unset it or change that to use UTF-8.
I downloaded the client (1.3.1) but 5.7.2 is where I'm stuck. I'm
well out of my comfort zone in the terminal window.
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