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Bug, bug, bug...I think

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-09-18 22:42:35 CEST

I think I've found a little buglet in Subversion, but I'd like to see
what others' experiences are before I file it as such. It's pretty
simple to reproduce, I think. Simple try to commit file in your working
copy with a name that contains a hash mark:

   echo "This is the file '#foo'" > "#foo"
   svn add "#foo"
   svn ci -m "This is gonna break, I can feel it."

Sure enough, I get:

   svn_error: #21073 : <RA layer's server request failed>
     The PUT request did not complete properly (status: 500)

Here's my guess (if I may hazard one): the character '#' is not
URI-escaped, so Apache is freakin'. I know we certainly do NOT store
"http://localhost/repos/test/%23foo" in our entries file.

Can others verify this? I am, after all, using my own Apache, my own
Subversion, etc.

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