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

From: John Bokma <mail_at_johnbokma.com>
Date: 2005-01-12 22:57:52 CET

Hi James,

>> 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

> 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."

Somehow removing the .txt extension from the file does solve the problem
... Anyone?

The versiondude svn most likely runs Linux, and I run a Spanish version
of XP. Could that be a problem (which would be weird).

Locally the files work, ie, I was working on a local repository with
those files before we went "online".

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