Re: Problem with utf-8 files and applying patches
> I've been having problems with using TortoiseSVN to apply patches on
> utf-8 files.
> Visual Studio by default uses utf-8 encoding for C# files. If I make a
> change to a C# file and use Tortoise to create a patch, then revert my
> change and then apply the same patch, TortoiseMerge complains that the
> patch is outdated. I have played around a lot with this and only get
> problems if the byte-order marker for the utf-8 file is part of the
> patch. If the patch only changes code further down the file, away from
> the byte-order marker then everything is fine.
> Is this a bug in Tortoise, or am I doing something wrong?
> I'm running TortoiseSVN 1.4.8 on Vista. Any thoughts on this would be
Please try the 1.5.0-RC1 release. If you still have problem with that,
then report back as soon as possible.
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Received on 2008-04-27 20:06:20 CEST
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