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Re: Accent in file names, some new tests

From: Loc Joly <loic.actarus.joly_at_wanadoo.fr>
Date: 2004-09-28 23:42:16 CEST

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

>
> On Sep 28, 2004, at 3:08 PM, Loc Joly wrote:
>
>> Hello everybody,
>>
>> Since I did not receive any answer to my previous post, I made some
>> other tests. It finally appears that even if the command line client
>> (I'm on windows XP) has some problems to cope with accents in folder
>> names (see error message below), if I use the tortoiseSvn client, I
>> can access the repository normally. So I guess this is a bug in the
>> command line client, and I will submit a bug report, unless someone
>> has another idea.
>>
>> For reference, here is the error message :
>>
>>> ... was followed by non-ascii byte 195.
>>>
>>> Non-ascii character detected (see above), and unable to convert
>>> to/from UTF-8
>>>
>
> This means that *your* commandline client has a bug.

It is not exactly mine, I downloaded it already compiled, and thus I
probably share it with many other users ;)

> Namely, it can't find the APR ICONV libraries to deal with different
> language encodings. Try setting your APR_ICONV_PATH environment
> variable correctly.

I've got this variable set (automatically by the installation program)
to : APR_ICONV_PATH=C:\Program Files\Subversion\iconv
This is a folder that exists on my computer, and it contains many .so
files that correspond to different encodings. Is it possible that the
space in this variable could be a problem ?

>
> I promise you, the commandline client handles locales and encodings
> just fine. Please don't file a bug. :-)

I'm eager to see it working, and I will not submit any bug before all
other ways have been explored. Maybe at the end, if this is a
configuration problem, I might submit a bug to the installation software
:-)

If there is anything I can do to help people understand my problem,
please tell me. For instance, is there a way to know which .so file the
client is trying to open, and what should it see in it ? A kind of
verbose mode.

Regards,

-- 
Loc
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