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RES: [Q] Path-based authorization for directories including non-ASCII characters

From: Daniel Yukio Yokomiso - SAO <Dyokomiso_at_sao.politec.com.br>
Date: 2006-01-30 18:40:43 CET

Hi,
 
    Are you saving the file in the same encoding your filesystem uses? We're running on NTFS with UTF-8 and our svnauthzfile is encoded with UTF-8, with paths like: [GestA£o:/GerAªncia de ConfiguraA§A£o/Templates de DiretA³rios] and everything is working ok.
 
    Daniel Yokomizo.

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De: bgmoon@sysmate.com [mailto:bgmoon@sysmate.com]
Enviada em: sexta-feira, 27 de janeiro de 2006 04:33
Para: users@subversion.tigris.org
Assunto: [Q] Path-based authorization for directories including non-ASCII characters

Hi, svn users.

I’m trying to give a path-based authorization for svn repositories. It works well for directories named with ASCII characters. But it doesn’t seem to work for directories with non-ASCII characters. I tested it using both svnserve (1.3.0) and apache. How can I do this? Any work-around (except not using non-ASCII characters)?

 

Following is what I tested.

 

svn://192.168.10.8/myrepos

+- English

| +- myFile

+- 한글

    +- 내파일

 

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svnauthzfile

[myrepos:/English]

harry = rw

[myrepos:/한글]

harry = rw

 

I tried to access those two directories. The directory ‘English’ was accessible while ‘한글’ was not.

 

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Brandon, Moon.
Received on Mon Jan 30 17:46:05 2006

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