[cvsnt] Re: handling file/directory which includes non-us-ascii chars in its name

Tony Hoyle tmh at nodomain.org
Sun Mar 6 00:49:58 GMT 2005

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Szathmáry Zoltán wrote:
> Now install new cvsnt in production environment, because my 
> tests were OK, and needed to install it, because in this version Tony 
> fixed the filename passing to taginfo triggers. OK, now we can log the 
> tagging operations correctly, but
> we cannot work with our files/directories which includes non-us-ascii 
> chars in their name!

What problems are you having?

2.5.01 is the first release that works correctly with multilingual files 
- it no longer matters which codepage the clients and servers are in for 

It's possible if your client and server were in different codepages your 
repository has corrupted names in it, and you didn't notice because you 
never checked out the files on the server.  Correcting the affected 
files manually should fix this.


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