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encoding problem (utf-8)

From: Schläpfer Andreas <andreas.schlaepfer_at_ntb.ch>
Date: 2005-08-11 11:29:19 CEST


I'm not able to import any new repositories using the "svn import" command (after migrating from subversion 1.1.3 to 1.2.1). It looks like there's a problem with the encoding.

        svn import -m "initial import" Test/ file:///projects/TestRepo

        svn: Valid UTF-8 data
        (hex: 40)
        followed by invalid UTF-8 sequence
        (hex: d4 06 08 a0)

My locale is "de_DE.UTF-8" and the language is correctly set (according to locale).
For testing I created a new directory containing one text file and tried to import it into a new repository, but with no luck. The file "test.txt" contains only the words "Some Text" which is only ASCII characters. But as far as I understand it's anyway only the file name which is important. In my example the filename and directory is ASCII characters (and compatible with utf-8 anyway).

When I test my files with the convmv-script for utf-8 it tells me they are (There is no reason why they shouldnt be utf-8).

Using my migrated repositories works just fine.

I'm using subversion 1.2.1 (rpm) on a SUSE 9.3 linux.

Any ideas what the problem could be?


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Received on Thu Aug 11 12:38:49 2005

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