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Web Client and WebSVN setContentEncoding

From: Rick L.Y. Eagles <reagles_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-18 11:07:16 CET

hi list

I meet a problem when install WebSVN on my FreeBSD 6.1 IA64 box. I
have successfully installed Subversion 1.4.2 and Apache 2.2.3, they
all works fine. But I want a frinedly web access interface.

Some guy told me sventon and svnwebclient are good, but they both need
Tomcat, and I can not find any JVM supports FreeBSD 6.1 IA64.

I also tried ViewVC which need Subversion complied with python
binding, and SVN-Web which need Subversion compiled wiht perl binding.
But unfortunately, I compiled it without them.

so, my FIRST question is:

Can I make my subversion binding with perl or python without
recompiling (reinstall) it?

I also find WebSVN do not need any binding, and It works fine with
Chineses characters in logs, file contents and English file name, but
it can not show Chinese file name properly. It shows like this
FAQ ?\239?\188?\141 Web?\232?\174?\191?\233?\151?\174.txt

I try to set encoding in WebSVN configration file

$config->setInputEncoding("UTF-8");
#$config->setInputEncoding("CP936");
#$config->setInputEncoding("gb2312");
# setContentEncoding for websvn 2.x, setOutputEncoding for websvn 1.x, right?
$config->setContentEncoding("GB18030");

but it doesn't work,

so, my SECOND question is:

Does WebSVN support multibyte characters, such as Chinese?
If so, How can I make it works fine?

Thansk advance!

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