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svn log charset problem

From: John Alan Belli <jabelli_at_pobox.com>
Date: 2006-09-25 19:38:50 CEST

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Environment: WinXP Pro SP2 (32 bit), svn 1.4 (standard binary
distribution)

- From the command line, a certain log entry looks like this:

* Language name in native language, duh (changed Ingl?\195?\169s
to English on Spanish version

but looking at the revprops file on the server, it's "normal":
* Language name in native language, duh (changed InglÚs to
English on Spanish version
as it is in tsvn, or if I use the --xml switch and run the
output through "iconv -f UTF-8 -t CP1252"

Is there a setting I'm missing that will let "svn log" output in
either UTF-8 or Windows-1252 on WinXP?

JAB
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