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Re: SVN 1.35 backslash in tag name.

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-03 18:09:12 CEST

On 7/3/07, brianswilson <wilson@ds.net> wrote:
> Andy Levy <andy.levy@...> writes:
>
> > Are you sure the shell isn't breaking on the quotes? Have you tried
> >
> > svn rm https://142.8.7.6/svn_repository/tags/Core/r1/TestPkgs%5C0.3.1
> > -m "delete bad tag"
> >
> > yet?
> >
> > If that doesn't work, can't you at least download the latest SVN .zip
> > build from subversion.tigris.org, unpack it to a directory you have
> > permission to write to, and then use that binary for this one
> > operation?
> >
>
> I get a remarkably consistant result :(
>
> $ svn rm https://142.8.7.6/svn_repository/tags/Core/r1/TestPkgs%5C0.3.1 -
> m "delete bad tag"
> svn: URL 'TestPkgs\0.3.1' does not exist

I definitely remember an issue in an older release of the SVN
libraries that had problems with URL-endcoding items (Simon mentioned
this previously) but I thought that was only for %20 (space).

What version are you running? There wasn't a Subversion 1.35 that I
recall - I thought it went from 1.3.3 to 1.4

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