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RE: Re: Filenames containing '@' symbol

From: Gale, David <David.Gale_at_Hypertherm.com>
Date: 2005-12-21 19:44:21 CET

Sviatoslav Sviridov wrote:
> Richard Musil wrote on 12/21/2005 7:47 PM:
>> Could you use "percentage" trick? (Like putting %20 instead of
>> literal space).
> No, it doesn't work. (am I right that @ is %40?).
>> Sviatoslav Sviridov wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> Is it possible to manage from command line files, containing '@'
>>> character in their names? svn tries to handle filename part after @
>>> as revision number and therefore reports error. It is possible to
>>> add/update such files, but not possible to edit properties.
>>> (commands proplist, propget, ...). This problem appears with linux
>>> and windows clients.
>>> BTW, TortoiseSVN can manage such file somehow.

Try putting a backslash before the @ signs. (bash's tab-completion
should automatically do this; I'm not sure about wildcard expansion.)
Alternatively, you could try enclosing the file name in single quotes,
but I'm not as sure that that would work.


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