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Chinese characters in file names

From: Faller, Gyula <GFaller_at_Graphisoft.hu>
Date: 2005-04-11 15:51:00 CEST




 If I have a file which has Chinese characters in its name can be
committed to and checked out from svn (provided both the client and
server are on Windows)?


 I experienced that CVS read these file names as normal English names
and found that they contain invalid characters in their second bytes of
double-byte characters.

 Will it be solved if I switch to svn from cvs?

 If yes, will it work across different language systems? Eg. I commit it
from a machine with Chinese language/code page, and check it out on an
English language/code page machine?

 If no, is there any hope to improve svn in this area?


Thanks for your answer:




Ps.: APR seems to me not supporting code pages in file opening, nor
Received on Mon Apr 11 15:54:01 2005

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