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SVN log character encoding.

From: Leandro Lucarella <llucar_at_mecon.gov.ar>
Date: 2002-09-11 20:14:47 CEST

Hi! I'm using svn and I'm a spanish speaker. I've noticed that when I
put "extended" characters in muy commit messages, they are not stored in
the right way (or not diplayed well with svn log). I'm using ISO-8859-1
(editing with vim the messages) and tried UTF8 without success.
What encoding is svn using? How can I make my "extendended" characters
(,,,,,,,etc) stored (or displayed) in the right way?

(please Cc me since I'm not subscribed to the list).

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