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Re: Malformed XML error on initial checkout

From: Steven Vasilogianis <svasilogiani_at_kmrrec.org>
Date: 2005-01-11 16:15:44 CET

Steven Vasilogianis wrote:

[ svn: Malformed XML: not well-formed (invalid token) at line 1623 ]

> I have searched the archives, as well as google, and found that this
> problem
> is usually the result of either a file with a "weird" character in its
> name,
> or that the log file in some .svn directory contains malformed xml,
> neither of
> which I was able to find (I have only one svn log file, and it looks like
> valid XML).

Well, it turns out I did have a file with a "weird" character in its name. I
had a file named "ert^G^G". It seems there was a bug in the Perl I used to
detect "weird" characters. For future reference, something like this
ought to
work:

find . |perl -ne 'chomp; print "$_\n" if m|[^-A-Za-z0-9_/\.~]|;' |od -a

Which would have told me:

. / e r t bel bel nl

Sorry about that,

-- 
steven vasilogianis
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