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From "Eugene M. Zheganin" <>
Subject Re: svn client for Windows and non-latin symbols
Date Mon, 07 May 2018 10:59:55 GMT

On 07.05.2018 14:27, Anders Munch wrote:
> Fra: Mark Phippard []:
>> If you see a ? It means the font does not have a glyph for the character. Use a Unicode
> That would only help if svn would output some kind of unicode. It doesn't.
> You can't even tell it to output utf-8, there's no such option.
> People talk about setting the LANG environment variable or some such,
> but I've never managed to get that to do anything.
> Eugene, you can use the --xml option.  That will get you utf-8 output.
Yup, thanks a lot. I was able to get the right output after changing 
console codepage with chcp. Windows console subsystem... is weird. :)


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