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Re: Non-ASCII characters in commit message: Which encoding to use?

From: Thomas Börkel <tbo_at_ap-ag.com>
Date: 2004-12-03 09:46:46 CET

Answering my own question:
APR_ICONV_PATH was not set. It works now.

"Thomas Börkel" <tbo@ap-ag.com> wrote in message
> HI!
> I have searched the web up and down and cannot find a solution to my
> problem:
> I cannot put Non-ASCII characters (in my case: German Umlauts) into a
> message.
> I have tried various encodings like "iso-8859-1", "windows-1250",
> "windows-850", but svn always rejects the message, saying it cannot
> the Non-ASCII characters to UTF-8.
> I am using svn 1.1.1 (using the ZIP file) under Window 2000 SP4 US with
> german user and system locale.
> With Tortoise, it's no problem. But the command line svn client does not
> it.
> Any hints?
> Thanks!
> Thomas

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