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Re: Using national symbols in commit messages?

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2004-06-04 00:35:21 CEST

Dmitriy O Popkov wrote:

> To Branko, Ben and others:
>> Bilmey. That's more than weird, it's incredible.
> Hm-m-m... I'm sorry, this is not Subversion's problem.
> This is TortoiseSVN's problem.
> 1) TSVN changes APR_ICONV_PATH to its own copy of apr-iconv.
> 2) TSVN's apr-iconv build requires msvcrt71.dll.
> 3) TSVN places msvcrt71.dll to its own directory, not in the
> %SystemRoot%\SYSTEM32
> 4) So, if VS.NET isn't installed -> no msvcrt71.dll found ->
> svn can't load apr-iconv.
> I'll discuss this issue in the dev@tsvn mailing list.
> Thanks for your activity!


You had me really scared for a while there.

I wish TSVN would integrate a bit more closely with the canonical
Subversion install, though. It seems a bit weird to have two copies of
everything if you happen to have both the command-line client and TSVN
installed at the same time.

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