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Re: 1.1.2 Binaries failing UTF-8 Tests

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-01-05 14:50:35 CET

On Jan 4, 2005, at 11:31 PM, James Park ((pencil_ethics)) wrote:

> It seems that Subversion 1.1.2 (at least the Win32 version) is =
> consistently failing the automated UTF-8 tests.
> At first I thought it was only me, but obviously not: even those that =
> have been uploaded by Ben fail them.
> If you run "svn add" with non-ASCII characters (which is the first
> thing =
> that the test does), svn fails with the message:
> svn: Non-ASCII character (code xxx) detected, and unable to convert =
> to/from UTF-8
> I know that the binaries that come with the 1.1.1 installer pass them =
> since I tested them.
> So is this why the uploaded 1.1.2 Win32 installer and binaries are =
> English only, and is this problem going to be fixed?
> Or is it really just me?

That specific UTF8 test has been disabled for win32 in svn's /trunk.
We simply forgot to backport that change to the 1.1.x branch before
releasing 1.1.2. So there's nothing to be worried about, just ignore
this one test.

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Received on Wed Jan 5 14:53:26 2005

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