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Re: [TSVN] Problems with international characters?

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-03-13 12:16:26 CET

Arne Haarseth Christian wrote:

> I have installed subversion 1.1.3 on a RH 9.0 server and run one W98
> and one XP with Tortoise SVN version 1.1.3.2502.
>
> If I add a file on the XP PC with a file name containing the
> international letter '' Tortoise SVN works just fine. When I do the
> same on the W98 PC Tortoise SVN claims the file is already versioned.
> When I remove the '' adding the file works just fine.

Win98 isn't really capable of handling international chars. It can
handle them if the OS is of the same language as the special char
belongs to, but that's all. E.g. you can't use pathnames with chinese
chars in them on an english Win98.

> It looks like there has been some problems with international
> characters in previous versions but since it worked on XP I thought
> this was fixed? Is it a problem with Tortoise SVN or subversion?

I think this is a problem with Win98 ;)

No seriously: TortoiseSVN has released a special version for Win98 in
the past, but the next release (and all future releases) will only work
on win2k and later. It's just not worth the effort working around all
the limitations of those ancient OSes.

Stefan

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