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Re: Special characters in svn messages are not displayed correctly

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 03 Aug 2011 20:46:21 +0200

On 03.08.2011 12:03, Lübbe Onken wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> the special characters in localized message from subversion appear
> distorted in the .prej file. Is there anything TortoiseSVN could do to
> make them readable again?
> Example German text (how it should be):
> Versuch, die Eigenschaft »%s« von »%s« in »%s« zu ändern,
> aber die Eigenschaft existiert bereits mit dem Wert »%s«.
> How it shows up in the .prej file, replaced my property values with ***:
> Versuch, die Eigenschaft ?\194?\187svn:externals?\194?\171 von
> ?\194?\187***?\194?\171 in ?\194?\187***?\194?\171 zu ?\195?\164ndern,
> aber die Eigenschaft existiert bereits mit dem Wert ?\194?\187***?\194?\171.
> This happens with TortoiseSVN 1.6.16. Dunno if it is corrected in the
> 1.7 beta :)

That shouldn't happen on Windows ??
The \XXX indicates a char that couldn't be converted from utf8 to the
local charset, but on Windows, svn uses the windows API to do the
conversion (or at least it should). Usually those errors only happen on
Linux systems where iconv isn't installed or configured properly.

So I have no idea why this happens. But it happens inside the svn
library since TSVN doesn't write those files :)


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