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Re: [TSVN][Bug Report] "non-LF line endings" error for korean characters.

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2008 18:43:05 +0200

TaeDong Kim wrote:
>>> I think that
>>> the problem occurs when
>>> * The end of line is a Non-ASCII character.
>>> * The line is not a last line.
>>> * The number of characters of line is important.
>> I can not reproduce this by copy/pasting your examples above into the
>> commit dialog. I don't get that error.
>> Can you maybe get a reproduction recipe that might work on my machine?
>>
>> Stefan
>
> Thanks for your reply.
>
> I tested it for svn and TSVN(1.4.232) again.
> I attached the svn-commit.txt.
>
> A svn command is ok.
> {{{
> svn commit -F svn-commit.txt
> }}}
>
> But TSVN is not ok for the same content
>
> I think that
> TSVN maybe convert a log message before transfering it to subversion.

I'm sorry, but could you maybe send the text file again, but this time
make sure it's in utf8 or unicode encoding? The file you've sent is in
your local encoding, which I can not use :(

Also, can you try an 1.5.x client of TSVN for this and not 1.4.x?

Stefan

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