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svn ls bug in RC3

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-09-27 13:47:40 CEST

Hi,

Because I got a bug report for TSVN which I tried to fix I found that
this is a bug in the Subversion library. So I'm reporting this here:

If a directory contains "special" chars like in it, 'svn ls' returns
not only the contents of that directory, but the directory itself too.
Example:

http://localhost/svn/test/testparent/%f6%e4%fc%c4%d6%dc
http://localhost/svn/test/testparent/%f6%e4%fc%c4%d6%dc/file1.txt

now:
svn ls http://localhost/svn/test/testparent
returns

as expected. But an
svn ls http://localhost/svn/test/testparent/%f6%e4%fc%c4%d6%dc
returns
/
file1.txt

I also tried this with the 1.0.6 client, and there the the Folder
in the second 'svn ls' isn't returned.
(both tests against an RC3 Subversion server, running Apache 2.0.50)

Don't know where and when this changed, but it should at least be
consistend, i.e. either always return the requested folder or never.

Stefan

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