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Re: Bug report

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 10 May 2011 06:52:31 -0400

Your "bug report" is missing important information.

2011/5/10 <Arthur.Grohe_at_acocon.de>:
> Hello
> Here is the bug
> Using: TortoiseSVN Client 32bit for Windows

What version? There have been a couple dozen releases.

> Bug: Authentication Failure
> OS: Windows 7

Which version? There are several.

> REASON: Using Password with mutated vowels like ÄÖÜ
> Hint: Maybe the encoding does not work correct

You have not stated how your server is configured - what access method
(svnserve, httpd), nor what's being used to handle authentication
(LDAP? SASL? Basic?). Nor whether you're successful under other

Please provide a complete, step by step method of reliably reproducing
the issue. It's especially helpful if you can attempt to reproduce the
issue with another Subversion client, especially the command-line
version. Example:

"I am using TortoiseSVN X on Windows Y. I connect to my server using
HTTP and use the same credentials I use to log into our AD domain.
When I authenticate, I get the following error message (include EXACT
TEXT of error message here). If I change my password to exclude
characters like ÄÖÜ, authentication succeeds. I tested with svn.exe
version Z and both passwords authenticated successfully."


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Received on 2011-05-10 12:53:15 CEST

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