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Possible bug in JavaHL?

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-02-11 19:20:13 CET

This came in through the Subclipse list and I did some testing to verify
it. Client and server are both at 1.1.3.

If I try to do a mkdir directly to the repository via JavaHL and the URL
contains spaces, then the command fails. Here is the transcript we see in
Eclipse:

mkdir -m "Test" http://svn.softlanding.com/svn/test/Test/New folder/ABC
    HTTP Path Not Found
svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/svn/test/Test/New folder'
svn: '/svn/test/Test/New folder' path not found

The "mkdir" you see above is just a pseudo-command for the user's benefit
that we place in the log. It is using JavaHL to make the directory.
Actually, if we change Subclipse to use the CLI, then everything works
fine.

This problem only happens over http://, not svn://

My guess is that the new auto-escaping code that went into 1.1 was done at
a level of the code that does not benefit JavaHL. This probably isn't the
only JavaHL method that would be effected by this.

Can I enter an issue for it?

Mark

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