Re: Evil UTF-8 Character in filename in repo causing issues on my wc
From: Vincent Lefevre <vincent-svn_at_vinc17.net>
Date: Thu, 23 Jun 2011 03:34:02 +0200
On 2011-06-22 19:34:08 +0200, Stefan Sperling wrote:
Debian still supports non-UTF-8 locales. That's useful when one
> Subversion is supposed to be portable across all these platforms and
Tracking the filename encoding or letting the user choose the filename
Also portable scripts need to use LC_ALL=C. And again, this breaks
> I agree that locales aren't the ideal solution to this problem.
Not everything is standardized (e.g. locale names and what they provide
> And they allow Subversion users to say "yes, my system supports
But what if the system supports UTF-8, but the terminal doesn't?
> The best solution would be a standardised way of specifying
When there's no standard, let the user choose (with a good compromise
> I don't think the current solution is perfect. But it's a good
It really isn't. Tracking the filename encoding is a must.
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