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Re: possibly bug

From: <ctapmex_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 21:10:59 +0500

Hi, Ryan.

Вы писали 26 октября 2009 г., 16:01:19:

> I assume you're saying there are two separate repositories?
Yes, two separate repositories in one server.

> It looks like you have not set the LANG environment variable on your
> client, so Subversion does not know how to convert the UTF-8 data in
> your repository's log messages to the correct encoding for your client.

With this no problems, this is an example of normal output in the

> There are several other reports of output like this, if you search the
> mailing list archives; I did so just now, and I've participated in
> some of the threads before, but I can't really find any resolution to
> the issue, any explanation of what caused it or if or how the user was
> able to fix it. Maybe someone else knows.

> All svn commands ignore the --username and --password options if
> Subversion already knows the username and password from your cached
> credentials, or if the server doesn't require a username or password.
> I believe the book goes into some detail about this.

In the cache was a login and password "master", which has the right to
read / write repository.
I see a problem in that the command "log" selects the log data from
the repository for its built-in login, who blocked the rule *=

С уважением,
 Ctapmex                          mailto:ctapmex_at_gmail.com
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