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Re: Strange SVN output

From: Bernd Giegerich <bgi0815-for-news-use-only_at_this-is-a-valid-mailaddress-but-please-do-not-spam-me>
Date: 2005-09-29 19:48:20 CEST


> I am using SVN 1.2.3 on Windows XP Pro.

same here.

> But the Umlauts are not printed as characters (, , , etc.) but as
> sequences like '?\195?\188". It seems there is something wrong with the
> UTF-8 encoding?

svn needs to convert the internal UTF-8 representation of strings to
whatever your system uses, and it can't in your case.

For the "original" subversion client, I had such problems when
APR_ICONV_PATH didn't point to the "iconv" subdir (i.g. "C:\Program
Files\Subversion\inconv") of the Subversion installation. The installer
set's this - but sometimes only for the user installing the packet. I
made it a system wide environment setting to avoid such problems.

Another possible reason is a second, installed but not proper configured
subversion client. Had it once, where the Win32 binary and the cygwin
port of subversion conflicted on a system. The installer adds the
Subversion\bin directory at the end of the PATH, so the (unconfigured)
cygwin port was called and had problems finding his localisation libs.


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Received on Thu Sep 29 22:36:34 2005

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