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File names encoding

From: MONTEUX Eric <eric.monteux_at_alyotech.fr>
Date: 2007-01-29 11:12:13 CET

I am currently developping a subversion client in C++.
I have a problem with blank characters existing in my file names.
The svn api says the url of such files is malformed.
How can I encode the file names in such a way that it is considered as a valid url ?
They must be encoded in UTF-8 from what I understood.
That is what I have done, using the utf8 encoder provided with QT.
However, this does not solve my problem.
Apparently, utf8 encoding does not transforrm blank characters into something else, so I must have missed something elsewhere...
I also watched inside the tortoiseSvn source code, but I can't use it since I need a portable (windows / linux) implementation.
Help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
Best regards,
Received on Tue Jan 30 09:28:04 2007

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