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Re: Possible Bug: non-US character in Filename on commit

From: Lübbe Onken <luebbe.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Mon, 05 Oct 2009 08:51:40 +0200

Hi Julius,
> I installed tortoisesvn on my windows XP traditional Chinese virtual machine, and tried to create a file with Chinese filename in subversion repository.
> I found out that add file is completed with no problem, but when I modified this file and committed it, the tortoisesvn responsed with 400 bad request.
> I used fiddler to monitor the traffic, I found that CHECKOUT message was not properly escaped. The big5 encoded character in the filename was not replaced by % characters. But the message used to add is properly escaped.
> I can attach a fiddler file tomorrow.

Can you please check with the command line client too? If you get the
same error, it's a bug in the subversion libraries and should be
reported on the svn developers list.

- Lübbe

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