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Re: "Can't recode string" trouble while commiting into folders containing umlauts

From: Marko Kaening <mk362_at_mch.osram.de>
Date: 2005-09-08 17:21:29 CEST

On Thu, 8 Sep 2005, Marko Kaening wrote:
> Perhaps it's a version issue between the server and the client? Is the gap
> between them too large?

We tested this with an older tsvn client: it shows the same error!

+++ +++ +++ +++ +++

Further tests revealed that it was possible to commit a file into a
umlaut-containing folder ONLY if it got added and committed together with
it at the same time. But this commit must happen from a folder
2 levels up which has to be umlaut-free.

Since I don't want to mess up with encodings I use words instead of real
umlauts to illustrate what I was saying:

directory structure (comment)

+umlaut-free-folder (add + commit works from here!)
 +umlaut-containing-folder (from here it doesn't)
  +file-to-commit (doesn't)

If the umlaut-containing folder got successfully added and committed
(which is possible), it's still impossible to get the file-to-commit

Weird, isn't it?!


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