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Re: "Can't recode string" again...

From: Gunter Ohrner <G.Ohrner_at_post.rwth-aachen.de>
Date: 2006-01-05 01:05:03 CET

Gunter Ohrner wrote:
> Client: svn 1.2.3, LANG=de_DE@euro (ISO 8859-15), Filenames with umlauts
> Server: svn 1.1.1, bdb 4.2 backend, using svnserve, "C" locale
> Problem: checkin was successful. Subsequent commits in a directory with
> umlauts now cause the error message "svn: Can't recode string".

Mh, there's still noone who as any suggestion what I'm doing wrong here?

Virtually all commits involving directories with umlauts fail, which renders
my whole working copies / repository quite unusuable... :-/

Is there anything I could do besides renaming all affected files (quite a
few and more or less out-of-question) or switching to a different version
control system? (Which I also do not want to do... :-( )

I guess it can't be too hard to manage files with names containing
locale-specific characters, I just have no idea where my mistake hides...



A program is a device used to convert data into error messages.
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