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Re: is not properly URI-encoded?

From: J Tichenor <mail_at_lehopictures.com>
Date: 2004-09-07 17:08:40 CEST

> On Fri, 2004-09-03 at 19:51, J Tichenor wrote:
>> Sorry, I'm not understanding what svn wants. I get the following
>> message:
>>
>> URL 'file:///my/directory/to/repos/' is not properly URI-encoded
>
> Are you literally typing that URL? Can you show us an exact
> cut-and-paste transcript?
>
> Also, what OS? What version of SVN?
>

Right sorry. I am in OSX 10.3.5 and using the latest version of SVN --
1.0.6

Here's the c/p -- I enter this, as my first import of a dummy
directory, as per chapter 5 I think of SVN docs:

svn import -m "Initial setup" . file://Users/jimmyt/Leho\ Pictures\
Ltd/Projects/Production\ Management/repository/

And this is the error message I receive:

subversion/libsvn_subr/opt.c:569: (apr_err=125002)
svn: URL 'file://Users/jimmyt/Leho Pictures Ltd/Projects/Production
Management/repository/' is not properly URI-encoded

It's got to be some user error here -- something I don't quite get
about using SVN, but I've gone through documentation a couple times and
it's not coming together. I don't need database/remote access features
at the moment -- just want to set up a single user repository and then
check my project in and out. Will worry about the WAN later.

Any help would be very much appreciated!

J

PS: If anyone has XCode/SVN stories/tutorials, that would be
appreciated too :-)

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