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Re: command line client has problems with paths with hebrew characters

From: Sven <sven.koehler_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 16 May 2014 19:41:17 +0300

Am 16.05.2014 19:22, schrieb Stefan Küng:
> On 16.05.2014 18:26, Sven wrote:
>> If you cd into the directory, then svn probably deals with relative
>> paths only. Inside the folder, there are not filenames with hebrew
>> characters.
> No, as I said all paths are converted to full absolute paths before
> they're handled by svn.

Sorry, I missed that.

Anyhow, the shell is not a potential problem source anymore (if you use
the wildcard). At this point, the problem is reproducible and you should
be able to report it upstream, if it isn't a problem with your build setup.

In ProcessExplorer I see that svn.exe first performs a QueryDirectory
for foobarX* (foobarX* was the command line argument, then the folder's
name is foobarX<hebrew letters>) and then the subsequent call to
CreateFile fails with NAME INVALID.

18:38:03,6910330 svn.exe 3444 CreateFile C:\foobarXרו NAME INVALID
Desired Access: Read Attributes, Disposition: Open, Options: Open
Reparse Point, Attributes: n/a, ShareMode: Read, Write, Delete,
AllocationSize: n/a

The filename seems to be correct, BTW.



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