On Dec 1, 2009, at 3:08 AM, Jani Taskinen wrote:
>> Having taken another look at the UTF-8 issue, I'd say this was a problem 
>> with your SVN, not anything here. The log message got entered into SVN with 
>> the escapes that way; by the time it reached the server it was already 
>> wrong. Check your ~/.subversion/config for the log-encoding setting; if it's 
>> set correctly let me know and I'll dig further. I'll commit a robust fix for 
>> the lengths issue shortly.
> It should default to UTF-8? It's not set in my .subversion/config (commented 
> out) so it should use the native locale? And for me it's always utf-8 on all 
> of my machines.

And you were right again :). It turned out to be an issue with SVN requiring 
locale settings, which is completely ridiculous. Show me another program that 
needs the system locale to be exactly correct in order to handle UTF-8 
correctly... anyway, it's fixed now.

-- Gwynne

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