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[TSVN] Unescaped filename?

From: Greg Martyn <gmartyn_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2004-12-01 17:07:38 CET

Think I've got a new bug here.. it's not something most people would run into
everyday though :)

It happens when you have a folder in your repo with parentheses in its name,
then try to get the log viewer to open a diff on one of the files in that
folder. Probably just need to escape the URI, because opening diff directly
on the file works fine, and svn seems to have no problems with it.

Reproduction recipe:

Create a new repository (either bdb or fsfs)
Check out the root of that new repo. (Tested with file:// and http://)
Create a folder named "ThisIs(ATest)"
Create a new file called "file.txt" in that folder.
Commit the folder & the file to the repo.
Modify the file.
Commit the changes
Right-click the file => TortoiseSVN => Show Log
Click the latest revision at the top.
In the bottom pane, double-click the line that says:
"Modified /ThisIs(ATest)/file.txt"
Error message: "File not found: revision 2, path '/ThisIs'


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