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Cannot do a 'svn status': svn responds something about invalid UTF-8 data

From: Oscar Peņas <chopsuey_at_softhome.net>
Date: 2005-10-03 19:23:39 CEST


I just updated svn to the latest 1.2.3 version under SuSE 9.2.
Now, every time I try to do a 'svn status' on any of my existing working
copies, I get a message like the following:

chopsuey@chopsuey:~/code/server> svn status
svn: Valid UTF-8 data
(hex: 78)
followed by an invalid UTF-8 sequence
(hex: c4 07 08)

Needless to say, this didn't happen before the update. Last version I
used was the one which came with SuSE 9.2 (1.0.8 I think) and everything
worked fine.

I also get errors when trying to commit. The return message this time
was something like: 'Can't convert native string to UTF-8', followed by
a bunch of non-readable characters.

Anybody has any clue about what's going on? Is this some conflict with
any of subversion's dependencies?

Any help would be much appreciated.
See ya.

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