On Friday, March 2, 2018 at 1:45:31 PM UTC+1, J.S. wrote:
> TortoiseSVN 1.9.7 r27907 and also r28100 do wrong URL‑encoding if viewing 
> non‑cached logs **directly** and the path includes characters to encode 
> (e.g. German umlaute) **twice** (own part in path of repository and one 
> in file/folder structure of repository content).
> Steps to reproduce (all with the GUI):
>    1. Create new repository e.g. C:\Temp\repo with default folder 
>    structure
>    2. Create Folder trunk/Prüfung
>    3. „Show log“ of the newly created folder
>    4. Success, it works like it should
>    1. Create new repository e.g. “C:\Temp\repo with spaces” with default 
>    folder structure
> And that's the problem:
you must never create a repository on a path that needs escaping.
Because the 'domain' part of an url can not have escape chars.
You can have special chars *inside* a repository as much as you like, but 
never in the part of the path *to* the repository.

At least not if you're using the file:/// protocol.

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