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Re: Using national symbols in commit messages?

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2004-06-01 14:46:23 CEST

Dmitriy O Popkov wrote:

> Branko wrote:
>>> * APR_ICONV_PATH sets properly.
>>> * TortoiseSVN works fine, this is problem(?) of the console client
>>> only.
>> Could be. The encoding of program arguments and console input are
>> different, and it's possible that we missed a case here.
> Hi!
> We discussed this issue again.
> Results:
> 1) Console clients under Linux/FreeBSD works fine.
> 2) Under Windows XP, command-line client works fine.
> 3) Under Windows 2K, NT4, ME e t.c. - command-line client doesn't
> accept national symbols.
> I'm amazed. Differences between W2K and XP is little - but under XP
> svn.exe really works..

Bilmey. That's more than weird, it's incredible. But the fact that I do
99% of my development on XP these days does explain why my tests didn't
catch the bug.

I wonder if it's just Russian cyrillic encoding, or if it's true for all
non-latin based alphabets...
Anyway, please post an issue describing this, and assign it to me.
Attaching an example of a log message would help.

> What happens if you write the cyrillic text to a file and pass that as
> a log message with -F?
> The same behaviour.

You mean, it again works on XP but not elsewhere?


Brane Čibej   <brane_at_xbc.nu>   http://www.xbc.nu/brane/
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