Re: Can not checkout revisions which author name rev property contains ASCII control characters
On Fri, Feb 09, 2007 at 11:54:04PM +0600, Alexander Sinyushkin wrote:
> Hello, SVN devs! I have recently encountered the following problem:
> I tried to make a dir in a repository remotely and used an ASCII
> control character ('\b' in particular) in my --username switch:
> >svn mkdir file:///G:/materials/rep/test2 --username Sasha
> Committed revision 442.
> svn.exe committed without problems.
> But when I tried to checkout what I had committed I got the following
> >svn co http://localhost/materials/rep/test2 test5 --username garry --password garry
> svn: Malformed XML: not well-formed (invalid token) at line 6
> It seems to me that the problem is in this backspace symbol. Is it
> expected behaviour that svn.exe crashes attempting to parse the log
No, we should either be preventing the original commit, or (more likely)
encoding the string correctly when we write it to the log. I've raised
issue 2730 to cover this.
Received on Thu Mar 1 19:46:08 2007
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