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My actual server is 2.5.03.2151 (win2003) and the new one is 2.5.03.2260 (winXP). On 11/3/2006 14:20, Clovis Garcia wrote: > I´m trying to change my CVSNT server to always use Unicode. As Tnoy has > said at another post 2.6 servers will always be unicode so I´m > anticipating this. > > I have files and directories with accents and I´m with doubts about the > process. I´ve tried to move my module from my CVSNT server (without > Unicode option set) to a new one with this option enabled. At first it > had worked without any problems but when I inspected the graph (I´m > using WinCVS) I noted that all accent characters in my comments were > missing. Not just that, the 'Filename' at the Log too. See the example > below: > > > Actual server without Unicode > ---------------------------- > Revision : 1.2 > Date : 2006/3/6 14:52:36 > Author : 'fred' > State : 'Exp' > Lines : +354 -115 > Keyword : 'b' > CommitID : '18b4440c4cb25e77' > Filename : 'NORM.04.DOCM.02.Estrutura de Diretórios.doc' > Description : > Ajustes ortográficos e de layout > > > New Server with Unicode > ---------------------------- > Revision : 1.2 > Date : 2006/3/6 14:52:36 > Author : 'fred' > State : 'Exp' > Lines : +354 -115 > Keyword : 'b' > CommitID : '18b4440c4cb25e77' > Filename : 'NORM.04.DOCM.02.Estrutura de Diretrios.doc' > Description : > Ajustes ortogrficos e de layout > > > Another problem is related with the modules2 file. The virtual modules > that references directories with accents are not treated correctly. See > the example below: > > cvs server: cannot open directory /PhSGQ/Diretoria de Tecnologia/Gerncia > de Desenvolvimento/Implementao/RPT_LIB/POS: No such file or directory > > where the rule in modules2 references the directory > > /PhSGQ/Diretoria de Tecnologia/Gerência de > Desenvolvimento/Implementação/RPT_LIB/POS