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Re: https + non ascii certificate + non utf8 locale on client = BUG

From: Joe Orton <joe_at_manyfish.co.uk>
Date: 2004-06-16 12:03:56 CEST

On Wed, Jun 16, 2004 at 11:37:22AM +0200, Xavier Brouckaert wrote:
> > What version of neon are you using? There was an issue similar to this
> > which was fixed in neon 0.24.5. Otherwise, can you provide an example
> > certificate which fails?
> xbr@turner:~$ dpkg -l|grep neon
> ii libneon24 0.24.6.dfsg-1 An HTTP and WebDAV client library
> I've seen this problem in the changelog of 0.24.5 too. That's why I
> didn't think the problem came from the locale at first.
> The organization in the peer certificate and in the issuer certificate
> is "Université Catholique de Louvain" = "Universit\xE9 Catholique de
> Louvain". The "é" is the only strange char.

Actually, with LANG=C I guess this is doomed to failure. SVN will try
to translate the string into the charset specified by your locale, but
will fail, since there is no way to represent é in ASCII.

It should work correctly for say an ISO-8859-1 locale too, did you try
that? The lack of a decent error message is a bug but probably a tricky
one to fix, you could file an issue on it though.



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