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FW: VS2005 issues (was: TSVN: Problems with BDB file access)

From: Jens Peters <jpeters7677_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2006-01-23 19:59:36 CET

I'm forwarding this to the dev list. Does anybody has an idea what wrong
between apr and VS2005?

> > So finally I'm nearly pleased with my build. Just one issue
> is left.
> > May be you have an idea were I could start looking?
> >
> > When I change my regional setttings to german I can't see
> any special
> > charakters:
> > Geben Sie 'svn help' f?r weitere Hilfe ein.
> > First I thought I forgot to set APR_ICONV_PATH, but that's not the
> > case (then you see '\123' instead of a '?'). Instantly I linked my
> > client against the svn-win32-libint binaries from the subversion
> > website and tried the mo files from the official build, but no
> > difference. I even tried to copy my svn.exe into the TSVN bin
> > directory so that your dll's and so's were used (I checked
> it with Dependency Walker) but the output is still the same.
> >
> > Did you tried the localized output with an VS2005 client?
> My svn 1.2.3
> > client, build with VS 2003, shows nice german letters.
>
> Now that mail got me really worried. I've spent the last
> three hours trying to find out why this happens (it happens
> for me too with the CL client). I still haven't a clue.
>
> But: I just tried if the error messages from Subversion
> suffer from the same issue. And luckily, that's not the case.
> The error messages get translated just fine, without the '?'
> for special chars.
> So it seems this is a problem when converting the UTF8
> strings to the local encoding for the standard output
> (stdout). I've tried to narrow it down, and it looks as if
> the apr functions writing to stdout don't convert correctly.
> String conversion with the Subversion library API functions
> still work ok. So it's not really a big problem for TSVN.
>
> Stefan
>

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