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Re: error: file is not properly URI-encoded

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-05-31 02:42:04 CEST

On May 29, 2007, at 19:42, Henry_Barber@moh.govt.nz wrote:

> I get this
>
> svn_at_robin /export/home/svn $ svn cat 'file:////export/home/svnrepos/
> Solaris/winston/disks/se3k/sccli/SN#07BB05/nvram.cfg'
> svn: URL 'file:////export/home/svnrepos/Solaris/winston/disks/se3k/
> sccli/SN#07BB05/nvram.cfg' is not properly URI-encoded
>
> which I think is caused by the hash ("#") in the directory name

Ok... so... you should properly URI-encode it. In URIs, # is
represented by %23. Furthermore, you should have three slashes, not
four, at the beginning of the URL. So you should use:

svn cat 'file:///export/home/svnrepos/Solaris/winston/disks/se3k/
sccli/SN%2307BB05/nvram.cfg'

Since your message is not about the development of Subversion, but
rather how to use it, this message is not appropriate for the dev list.

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