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Compiling Subversion 1.1.2 for Win32

From: James Park \(pencil_ethics\) <pencilethics_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-12-31 01:36:22 CET

Since nobody was providing binaries for Win32, I've been trying to =
compile Subversion 1.1.2 on a Windows box.
After a week of fiddling, I've succeeded in building it, only to see it =
fail the first UTF-8 test of the test suite with the following:

                         the non-ASCII characters -> ...
CMD: svn.exe "add" "working_copies\utf8_tests-1\bOcA" "--config-dir" =
ig" <TIME =3D 0.125000>
Failed to schedule i18n filename for addition
svn: Safe data:
... was followed by non-ASCII byte 212.

Non-ASCII character detected (see above), and unable to convert to/from =
FAIL: utf8_tests.py 1: conversion of paths and logs to/from utf8

I compiled Subversion with the following:

1) Visual C++ 6.0 SP6
2) ActiveState Perl
3) Berkeley DB 4.3.27 (compiled by me with 1)
4) Python 2.4
5) GNU libiconv 1.9.1 (compiled by me with 1)
6) GNU gettext 0.13 (compiled by me with 1)
7) Neon (version included in source zip, using 9 and 11)
8) Apache 2.0.52 and APR 0.9.5 (compiled by me with 1 and using 3)
9) zlib 1.2.2 (compiled by me with 1)
10) NASM (obtained from where INSTALL tells you to get it)
11) OpenSSL 0.9.7e (compiled by me with 1 and 2 using 10)
12) All on an XP Pro SP2 (Korean) box and XP MCE 2005 (English) box.

I hoped that the language difference would resolve the issue, but =
obviously it didn't, since the same error came up in both boxes, =
although on the XP Pro (Korean) box svnlook failed a test as follows:

CMD: svnlook.exe "diff" "repositories\svnlook_tests-3" <TIME =3D =


Property changes on: iota
Name: bogus_prop
   + bogus_val


Property changes on: iota
Name: bogus_prop

   + bogus_val
FAIL: svnlook_tests.py 3: test the printing of property diffs

Did I miss any details, and what settings do I need to set wherever to =
resolve the UTF-8 problem?

Any form of help/advice would be greatly appreciated. If not, I'll just =
wait for the official binaries to come out.

Thanks in advance,

James Park

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