On Thu, 25 Jul 2013 17:06:41 +0400
ксовиран <xowi...@yandex.ru> wrote:
> >> hello! there is problem vith git and cyrillic (utf-8) names of
> >> branches. branch creates perfectly, but when i clone this remote
> >> branch to local host, there are 2 bugs:
> >> 1) "git branch" doesnt show checked branch with asterisk (while on
> >> remote server it does)
> >> 2) "git push" gives 2 errors: "fatal: BRANCH_NAME cannot be
> >> resolved to branch." and "fatal: The remote end hung up
> >> unexpectedly" thanks.
> > Works for me across two Debian systems: both have Git 220.127.116.11; user
> > accounts on both systems have LANG=en_US.UTF-8 configured in their
> > environment.
> > Do both of your systems (local and remote) have an UTF-8-enabled (or
> > encoding-agnostic, like "C") locale active?
> oh, yes indeed. i was pushing from mac to ubuntu, but ubuntu to
> ubuntu works fine. although #locale gives almost identical output, so
> it is something to work out. спасибо за помощь! 25.07.2013, 16:45,
I'm afraid, this might be not that simple: Git received certain tweaks
to work around certain problems Mac OS X has (as I understand it) with
handling UTF-8 on various filesystems it supports; in particular, see
commits 76759c7dff53e8c84e975b88cb8245587c14c7ba 
and b856ad623e4f686815986c0b9341dd1bfd791e71  which were released as
part of v1.7.12.
So... I'm not sure, but I beleive these fixes might have been related to
handling filenames in the work tree and the index only, not branches, as
having branches with non-ASCII names is a weird idea to most
developers, I think. So the question is: do you have Git >= 1.7.12 on
your Mac OS X machine? If so, do you still experience this problem (I
think that Macs do not have non-UTF-8 locales anyway, so this is
unlikely the root cause).
Please don't top-post as this breaks discussion flow and hence sucks.
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