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Re: Using national symbols in commit messages?

From: Dmitriy O Popkov <dimentiy_at_dimentiy.info>
Date: 2004-05-27 18:19:34 CEST

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

> That means your current locale can't convert from the Cyrillic encoding
> to UTF8. Filenames and commit-messages *must* be sent to the server as
> UTF8.

Yes, I know this.

> Is the iconv stuff broken for the win32 commandline client?

??? Maybe....

> What version of svn client?

I tried this operation with 1.0.4 and 0.37.0. Both versions don't handle
russian commit messages...

This behaviour is not only my problem (Daily, I'm using TortoiseSVN and
haven't this problem). It was discussed in the local programmer's
discussion board. But I tried to reproduce this. Reproduced :(

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