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Re: Problem with comment message from file with 0x1A (escape)

From: John Szakmeister <john_at_szakmeister.net>
Date: 2005-08-01 14:45:20 CEST

Ivan Zhakov wrote:
> Hi!
> Seems that subversion incorrectly escapes commit comment from file,
> when operating over HTTP. svn ci wc --file escape-comment.txt says:
> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: applying log message to
> /try/!svn/wbl/69e2fd0c-82c7-2845-a749-435c3f7fe473/524: 400 Bad
> Request
> It reproduces every time when I commit something using log message
> from file containing escape symbol (0x1A) (see attached
> escape-comment.txt).
> Server: Windows XP Prof, Subversion 1.2.1, Apache 2.0.54
> Client: Windows XP Prof, Subversion 1.2.1
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Test log messaged
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------

I just experienced this as well this morning. I had a ^S character that
accidentally made it into the log message. It failed to commit, so I
just used a different log message temporarily. I found that even though
commit failed, propsetting the log message worked fine. I didn't have
time to track down the bug, but I thought this additional data point
might be useful. Oh, and I was using 1.2.1 for the server, and a
current build of trunk as the client.


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