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Re: If files in db/revprops/ are GBK encoding will cause mod_dav_svn REPORT failed?

From: Stefan Sperling <stsp_at_elego.de>
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 2010 14:03:00 +0100

On Wed, Nov 17, 2010 at 11:48:07AM +0000, LiuYan 刘研 wrote:
> I converted CVSNT respositoy to SVN repository some days ago, and config
> mod_dav_svn in Apache http.conf.
> When I try 'svn log', it shown some logs but
> failed/terminated at some revisions with a message like:
> svn: REPORT of '/svn/cmcc/!svn/bc/1': 200 OK (
> I try to the svn:// protocol to get log of the failed revisions, it can get the
> log, but the log is not human-readable like the following:
> svn log svn:// -r 1
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> r1 | (no author) | 2005-11-10 17:28:50 +0800 (星期四, 10 十一月 2005) | 2 lines
> Standard project directories initialized by cvs2svn.?\211?\201 cvs2svn
> ?\179?\245?\202?\188?\187?\175?\181?\196?\177?\234?\215?\188?\207?\238?\196?
> \191?\206?\196?\188?\254?\188?\208
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> It seems a charset encoding problem of 'revprops' files because I
> set 'ctx.initial_project_commit_message' cvs2svn options config file to a
> string contains Chinese characters, and cvs2svn options config file itself is
> encode in GBK, and it seems cvs2svn does not converted the charset encoding of
> initial_project_commit_message to UTF-8.
> Does this encoding issue can caused mod_dav_svn REPORT failed?

The revprops should be encoded in UTF-8.

You could write each revprop to a temporary file (get it with 'svn
propget --revprop'), and convert that file to UTF-8 encoding.
Then set the revprop again e.g. by using the svnadmin setrevprop command.

Received on 2010-11-17 14:04:05 CET

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