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RE: Commit problem, probably caused by Spanish version of XP?

From: James Park \(pencil_ethics\) <pencilethics_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-01-11 11:26:28 CET

 
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I know enough from my attempts at trying to compile Subversion 1.1.2
on Windows that the problem you refer to is actually language
independent.
I run both Korean and English versions of Windows XP to test this,
and "svn add" fails with a similar error when adding files to a
working copy with non-ASCII characters, but in my case TortoiseSVN
(1.1.1 and 1.1.2) doesn't. Interestingly enough, the provided 1.1.1
installer binaries don't give the error, my compiled 1.1.1 binaries
do, and all sets of 1.1.2 binaries (mine and provided) give the same
UTF-8 conversion error that looks much like yours, i.e. "svn: Safe
data: "..." was followed by non-ASCII byte xxx."
I've compiled in on both my Windows XP versions to check, with no
result. I even tried compiling it on Windows 98 - same error, every
single time.
I mentioned this before, getting a reply saying that the related test
from the automatic test suite is disabled on Win32 in trunk, but what
I didn't get a reply to is why UTF-8 conversion fails in the first
place.
I would like to ask again: Why?
I might try compiling Subversion (1.1.1 and 1.1.2) on Windows 2000
Pro just in case, but it would be nice to know why this happens.

- -- James Park (pencil_ethics)

- -----Original Message-----
From: John Bokma [mailto:mail@johnbokma.com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 11, 2005 3:47 PM
To: Subversion Users
Subject: Commit problem, probably caused by Spanish version of XP?

Authentication realm: <http://svn.versiondude.net:80> CVSDude -
Subversion login (XXXXX)
Username: XXXXXX
Password for 'XXXXXX': ********
Adding todo.txt
Transmitting file data .svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: MERGE request failed on '/XXXXXX/trunk'
svn: Safe data:
"Could not read status line: Se ha forzado la interrupci"
... was followed by non-ASCII byte 243.

Non-ASCII character detected (see above), and unable to convert
to/from
UTF-8

The character most likely followed by the interrupci is the o with an
accent. Has subversion problems with my Spanish XP version (that
somehow gives the "Se ha forzado la interrupci....." message ? ).

>svn --version
svn, version 1.1.1 (r11581)
    compiled Oct 23 2004, 14:47:47

Also: Tortoise:

TortoiseSVN 1.1.2, Build 2205, UNICODE
Subversion 1.1.2,

gives up.

Any ideas?

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