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Re: National characters in authz-db path entries

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2008 16:59:47 +0100

On 1/4/08, Tobias Hinnerup <tobias_at_hinnerup.net> wrote:
> 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!

Hi Tobias,

It's great to hear it's working without a BOM. Although we might need
to ignore the BOM, it's not very logical to include a BOM in a UTF-8
file since it doesn't have endian-issues (AFAIK), it being an 8-bit

Having said that, Branko, how about ignoring a BOM to any input file
we expect to be UTF-8?



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