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RE: Problems Encoding

From: Samuel Langlois <slanglois_at_ilog.fr>
Date: 2006-06-09 11:31:44 CEST


I have the same thing in French localization:
C:\>svn --version
svn, version 1.3.2 (r19776)
    compil?\195?\169 May 26 2006, 13:10:00

It seems svn spits UTF-8, which the basic Windows Command Prompt cannot handle.
Setting the LANG environment variable to en_US switches to English messages, which is an acceptable workaround for me.

Hope this helps,

Samuel Langlois 
From: Eric Lemes [mailto:ericlemes@gmail.com] 
Sent: jeudi 8 juin 2006 23:41
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Problems Encoding
Hello there,
I'm trying to get more information about how svn Windows command line tools works with encoding.
When I do a 
svn log http://myrepo -r x
I got allways the standard output in the machine's codepage?
My problem is... I'm trapping the stdout of svn tools in a .Net application. When I do a --xml in svn command, I receive it in UTF8.
When I do svn or svnlook without --xml option, I got wrong chars trapping the output in UTF8 or ANSI.
Is this a problem in brazilian localization? Anyone knows how to tell svn tools to everytime sends his output in utf-8 or to force
svn to US locale?
Eric Lemes
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Received on Fri Jun 9 11:33:10 2006

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