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Re: VS: "Can't recode string"

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2006-03-02 00:06:34 CET

On 3/1/06, Arne Haarseth Christian <arnechaa@online.no> wrote:
> Hi!
> I run subversion-1.1.4-1 with apr-0.9.5-0.2 , apr-util-0.9.5-0.1 and neon-0.24.7-1 on the server side on a RedHat 9 server with BDB repository. I run Tortoise SVN 1.3.2 on the client side on WXP PCs.
> I don't run subversion as an Apache module but as svn+ssh from client to server.
> I have a directory on my PC on which whatever tsvn command I use I get the error message "Can't recode string". How do I fix this?
> I posted this on the tsvn mail list and was told that this is probably a server side problem and should be posted here. Further I was told that this could be related to a missing installation of apr-iconv modules or missing setting of APR_ICONV_PATH. Is this relevant when I don't run subversion as an Apache moudle?

If it's a server side problem it's unlikely to actually be a missing
apr-iconv or APR_ICONV_PATH, since usually you don't use apr-iconv on
Unix systems. I suspect it would be either a problem with your
version of apr-util not linking against the system's libiconv, or your
system not having the correct locales installed.

On the other hand, I'm not sure if they're right that it's a server
problem. It is quite likely to be a client side problem, and in that
case the lack of the apr-iconv modules or APR_ICONV_PATH on the
windows system could quite easily cause the problem.

> I only get this problem on one specific directory and have not heard that any of the other users have this problem.

That's probably because that one directory contains something with a
filename/directory name that contains characters that require
translation via iconv, but the others do not.


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