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Checking Invalidity of UTF8 filename, is that work properly?

From: Hojin Choi <pynoos_at_users.kldp.net>
Date: 2004-04-28 07:27:05 CEST

I have a freebsd machine. and I use svn client ver. 1.0.1. from freebsd
And I am in migrating my cvs repository to that of subversion.

I was met this message when I was treating my hangul(Korean character) file

$ svn add HHHH.txt
svn: Can't recode string

(above HHHH is really a korean character file name)

And I checked the source code where the message is created. and it is found
UTF8 handling file. Maybe it is not UTF8 conforming filename.
But that's not a utf8. It's euc-kr..

What if? Can subversion accept only UTF8?
Because of that reason, character encoding conversion must be occurred
But the conversion is not smart yet, or subversion treat all non-ascii file
name as a utf8 one.

I found this string from version 1.0.1 release note.
"detect invalid UTF8 filenames when native locale is UTF8."

Is that related what I concerned?


Hojin Choi.

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