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mod_dav_svn over-escapes index tag?

From: Hiroharu Tamaru <tamaru_at_myn.rcast.u-tokyo.ac.jp>
Date: 2004-07-26 22:00:43 CEST


I run subversion 1.0.6 on mod_dav_svn/apache2/FreeBSD-stable.

I needed the following patch to correctly view the headings
(or whatever you would call it) of directory listings when
viewing the repository with a web browser (Mozilla).

It patches where the index tag such as

  <index rev="nn" path="/trunk/XXXX">

is generated for an xml response. The strings that are
failing are multibyte utf8 japanese characters that are in
place of XXXXX above. It gets escaped and shows up on
screen as-is, in %xx%xx%xx format.

Accroding to svnindex.xsl, the 'path' attribute for the
'index' tag is printed literally just like the 'name'
attribute for 'dir' or 'file' tag, and in contrast with the
'href' attribute. Thus, it seems to me that the escaping is
unnecessary, or rather, unwanted.
(The name attrib is not escaped, whereas href attribute is,
and those are showing up fine; lines 2078 to 2093.)

Could some expert verify this?

Thanks in advance.

--- subversion/mod_dav_svn/repos.c- Thu Apr 1 03:12:16 2004
+++ subversion/mod_dav_svn/repos.c Thu May 27 02:05:20 2004
@@ -2051,7 +2051,7 @@
         if (href)
           ap_fprintf(output, bb, " path=\"%s\"",
- ap_escape_uri(resource->pool, href),
+ href,
         ap_fputs(output, bb, ">\n");

Hiroharu Tamaru
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