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Re: AW: Re: Strange SVN output

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-10-01 02:06:52 CEST

Sounds like a locale problem. Subversion wants to convert internal
UTF8 strings to your local encoding (is it Latin-1?), but for some
reason it can't, so it prints these "?\NNN" codes instead, where NNN
is the decimal representation of a UTF8 octet value.

I'm not an expert in the LC_* environment variables, but are they all
set correctly? Or maybe there's some problem with the iconv library
SVN was compiled with? (Does SVN even use iconv on Windows XP? I'm
not sure.)

I hope this leads in the direction of an answer, anyway...

Good luck,
-Karl

"Markus Karg" <markus.karg@quipsy.de> writes:
> I am running SVN commands on a Windows XP Pro machine with locale set to "German (Germany)".
>
> Start CMD.EXE, type in "svn help blame" (for example) and you will get the following output:
>
> blame (praise, annotate, ann): Gibt den Inhalt der angegebenen Dateien oder URLs mit
> den Revisons- und Autoreninformationen f?\195?\188r jede Zeile aus.
> Aufruf: blame ZIEL[@REV]...
> Falls angegeben, bestimmt REV, in welcher Revision zuerst nachgeschaut wird.
> G?\195?\188ltige Optionen:
> -r [--revision] par : ARG (manche Befehle akzeptieren auch Wertebereiche ARG1:ARG2)
> Ein Revisions Parameter kann sein:
> NUMBER Revisionsnummer
> "{" DATE "}" Revision zum Startdatum
> "HEAD" Neueste im Projektarchiv
> "BASE" Basisrevision der Arbeitskopie
> "COMMITTED" Letzte ?\195?\188bertragene Revision bei
> oder vor BASE
> "PREV" Letzte Revision vor COMMITTED
> -v [--verbose] : Zus?\195?\164tzliche Informationen ausgeben
> --username par : Benutzername ARG angeben
> --password par : Passwort ARG angeben
> --no-auth-cache : Anmeldeinformation nicht zwischenspeichern
> --non-interactive : Keine interaktiven R?\195?\188ckfragen ausgeben
> --config-dir par : Benutzerkonfigurationsdateien aus dem Verzeichnis ARG lesen
>
> Obviously the second line should not read "den Revisons- und Autoreninformationen f?\195?\188r jede Zeile aus." but "den Revisons- und Autoreninformationen fr jede Zeile aus.".
>
> This happens with EVERY Umlaut.
>
> Have Fun
> Markus
>
> ________________________________
>
> Von: kfogel@newton.ch.collab.net im Auftrag von kfogel@collab.net
> Gesendet: Do 29.09.2005 17:14
> An: Markus Karg
> Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
> Betreff: Re: Strange SVN output
>
>
>
> "Markus Karg" <markus.karg@quipsy.de> writes:
> > I am using SVN 1.2.3 on Windows XP Pro.
> >
> > Sometimes it happens that messages from SVN commands include
> > "Umlauts" (, , etc.) which is quite common here in Germany.
> >
> > 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?
>
> Can you give us a concrete example, please? I mean a transcript. I
> think I know what is happening, but an example would help.
>
> -Karl
>
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