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From "Alexey Kakunin" <akaku...@emdev.ru>
Subject Re: Subversion provider: Page lost on renaming of pages with umlauts
Date Sat, 30 Aug 2008 21:00:51 GMT
Juergen - what subversion provider do you use? I did not checked latest
versions of JspWiki - maybe it is already included svn provider out-of-box,
but sometime ago we had to write our own svn-provider.
I can try to reproduce this problem with our svn-provider to check - is it
working or not



2008/8/30 Juergen Weber <weberjn@gmail.com>

>
> This is probably a Subversion problem, but maybe somebody has a solution...
>
> With the Subversion provider, when you rename a page containing an umlaut
> in
> the name (e.g. ü, u with two dots above), the page is no longer accessible
> (JSPWiki runs on UTF-8).
>
> When I try to rename Blöd to Blüd (first two dots on an o, second on a u),
> the Subversion provider throws an exception which is the same as the one
> the
> svn command line says:
>
> Path 'http://elisa/svn/wikitest/jspwiki/Bl%C3%B6d.txt' not found
>
> The file not found is the original one.
>
> From the svn command line it looks like this (svnkit changed the "Blöd"
> page
> name to
> Bl%C3%B6d.txt)
>
> $ svn --verbose list http://elisa/svn/wikitest/jspwiki|grep<http://elisa/svn/wikitest/jspwiki%7Cgrep>Bl
>  4309 jspwiki             7 Aug 29 18:12 Bl%C3%B6d.txt
> $ svn copy http://elisa/svn/wikitest/jspwiki/Bl%C3%B6d.txt .
> svn: Path 'http://elisa/svn/wikitest/jspwiki/Bl%C3%B6d.txt' not found
> in revision 4309
>
> Strange.
>
> When I access the repository with a browser I can access the file as
>
> http://elisa/svn/wikitest/jspwiki/Bl%25C3%25B6d.txt
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Thanks,
> Juergen
> who still thinks the Subversion provider should go into JSPWiki core.
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>
>


-- 
With best regards,
Alexey Kakunin

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