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Re: Question about propset

From: Peter Davis <peter_at_pdavis.cx>
Date: 2002-08-23 01:42:11 CEST

On Thursday 22 August 2002 16:09, Drew Jetter wrote:
> Could it be
> that I'm using port 8000? I'm using that port because I think my isp might
> have blocked port 80. The only other thing I can think of is that maybe
> it's because the server is on the same machine as the client...I don't
> know.

No, that shouldn't make a difference.

I don't know about what/where/how svn handles charset conversions, but could
this have to do with problems with (or lack of) apr-iconv on Windows (just a
guess)? Maybe since svn thinks the files are text, the (windows) client is
trying to do some kind of charset conversion and failing. Maybe your apache
is telling the client the file is in a different charset than it really is?

Peter Davis
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Received on Fri Aug 23 01:42:58 2002

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