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Re: How to set text encoding of svn command line tools

From: Norbert Unterberg <nunterberg_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-11-13 13:53:19 CET

2006/11/12, "Martin v. L÷wis" <Martin.vonLoewis@hpi.uni-potsdam.de>:
> Norbert Unterberg schrieb:

> > So how can I change the text encoding?
>
> Command line tools, on Windows, will use the result of
> GetConsoleOutputCP as their output encoding, see
> subversion/libsvn_subr/cmdline.c:svn_cmdline_init.
>
> So to change it, you need to change the encoding of the
> terminal. Use chcp.exe to do so.

Thank you for this input, I am a step further now. But it still does not work:
After some googling I found out:

1. you need to start the console with CMD /U to enable unicode
2. The code page for UTF-8 is 65001.

after I issue
cmd /U
chcp 65001
other applications really use UTF-8 as output encoding, but SVN 1.4.0 does not:

D:\test\>svnlook log -r 3 test
Commit Message mit ?\195?\156mlauten:
?\195?\164?\195?\182?\195?\188?\195?\159

There seems to be a duplicate encoding problem; instead of using UTF-8
for the output, all non-ascii characters appear as ?\nnn.

Norbert

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