[git-users] Re: Comment commits using accents

2009-10-22 Thread Paulo Cassiano
I tryed to set the i18n as you ask me to do, but doesn't work... My DOS prompt shows me characters like E1E7... F4 in the accents place... Now I'll try to set a default editor. I hope this works for me. Thanks! On Oct 19, 12:49 pm, Konstantin Khomoutov khomou...@gmail.com wrote: On Oct 19,

[git-users] Re: Comment commits using accents

2009-10-22 Thread Konstantin Khomoutov
On Oct 20, 3:50 pm, Paulo Cassiano pcassi...@gmail.com wrote: I tryed to set the i18n as you ask me to do, but doesn't work... My DOS prompt shows me characters like E1E7... F4 in the accents place... Now I'll try to set a default editor. I hope this works for me. [...] Oh, and there can

[git-users] Re: Comment commits using accents

2009-10-19 Thread Konstantin Khomoutov
On Oct 19, 3:44 pm, Paulo Cassiano pcassi...@gmail.com wrote: I'm using Git temporarily in a Windows Vista machine and trying to comment my commits in portuguese, using accents, but my console doesn't show my comments properly... I've tried to change my console encoding from default to

[git-users] Re: Comment commits using accents

2009-10-19 Thread Mark
Paulo, You could try using a GUI editor (Notepad, SlickEdit, etc...) for editing your commit messages. Git shouldn't have a problem with UTF-8 encoded messages. I believe that git will use the $EDITOR environment variable if it is set. On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 7:44 AM, Paulo Cassiano