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svn commit[updated mail]: russian chars in log forces commit failure

From: Vladimir Lapshin <alter_at_isc.tsu.ru>
Date: 2003-08-20 13:08:32 CEST


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Good at #svn people told me to edit ~/.subversion/config to solve my problem.
So now the config includes 'log-encoding = koi8-r'
but the exactly error message appears when I trying to import/commit.
Note: LOCAL set to "C", and I don't like to set it to koi8-r or
something else, cuz I like to see all messages from applications in english.

Is there any way to log non-ascii messages without setting LOCALE into
koi8-r codepage(I did try it, but people say it should fix the problem)?

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                  Summary: svn commit: russian chars(koi8-r) in log forces
                           commit failure
                Component: subversion
                  Version: current
                 Platform: PC
               OS/Version: FreeBSD
                   Status: NEW
        Status Whiteboard:
               Issue type: DEFECT
                 Priority: P3
             Subcomponent: unknown
               AssignedTo: issues@subversion
               ReportedBy: alter

svn commit: russian chars(koi8-r) in log forces commit failure;
english chars pass well.
shell script to reproduse:
svnadmin create /usr/local/svn/repos1
mkdir ~/work && touch ~/work/file
cd ~/work
svn import file:///usr/local/svn/repos1 // with log message in
russian(koi8-r codepage) [you can replay with any non-ascii chars, I
think] cousing:
"svn-commit.tmp" 4 lines, 63 characters
svn: Invalid argument
svn: failure during string recoding
svn: Your commit message was left in a temporary file:
svn: 'svn-commit.tmp'
// if log message in ascii codepage, all is fine.
// btw, the same applyed to 'svn commit'

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