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From Doug Robinson <doug.robin...@wandisco.com>
Subject Using UTF8 in repository name?
Date Mon, 10 Apr 2017 12:44:11 GMT
Folks:

I understand that UTF8 is the standard inside of Subversion repositories.
My question is whether having the repository name itself be UTF8?  For
instance zh_CN.utf8 ?  I googled around a bit and don't see an answer.

If it is supported, is there some Apache setting that is required?

Thanks in advance.

Doug
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