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RE: National characters in authz-db path entries

From: Tobias Hinnerup <tobias_at_hinnerup.net>
Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2008 16:37:10 +0100

Hello Branko and Erik

Until your replies, the authz file was saved in ANSI encoding.

Converting the authz file to UTF-8 with a BOM results in an error when accessing/checking out the repo: ":1 Section header expected" - a behavior that seems buggy?

Using UTF-8 without a BOM works perfectly - thank you very much for the suggestion!


Tobias Hinnerup
Hinnerup Net ApS
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E-mail: tobias_at_hinnerup.net
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-----Original Message-----
From: Branko Čibej [mailto:brane_at_xbc.nu]
Sent: 31. december 2007 13:10
To: Tobias Hinnerup
Cc: dev_at_subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: National characters in authz-db path entries

Tobias Hinnerup wrote:
> It appears that national characters are not handled correctly in
> authz-db path entries. The example below gives the user User2 the file
> NationalØ.txt but not the file NationalOE.txt. The behavior is a best
> inconsistent and the most logical behavior would, as I see it, be that
> none of the two files are given to User2, but both of them to User1.

Try saving your authzdb file in UTF-8.

-- Brane

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