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Re: $Source$

From: George Hazan <george.hazan_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-05-18 23:12:57 CEST

   Hello, Simon!
   Thu, 17 May 2007 22:29:07 +0100 you wrote:

SL> Now we get to the real problem that is bugging you ;)

Hehe :)

SL> As it happens, there is a recent thread on the svn dev list which may
SL> shed some light on this.
SL> http://svn.haxx.se/dev/archive-2007-05/0340.shtml

Well, Stefan posted the fixed utf.c in that thread, so in theory I can
assemble TSVN myself... no problems, in fact.

SL> I am not sure that the command line client can do any better though.
SL> Have you tried it?

Yes, it does the same perversion... Why utf?-) I would understand if TSVN
will generate ANSI strings... but utf8 in the source code is not so popular
under Windows (dunno about Linux). Sources in utf8 were introduced in
VS2005, but it's not a usual practice.

WMBR, George Hazan (ghazan@postman.ru) 
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