Re: WebSVN of svn.debian.org uses wrong encoding
Quoting Frans Pop <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> WebSVN does not know about the contents of files in the repository period.
> As it is just a frontend to svn, you cannot expect it to know about every
> weird file format and encoding around.
> IMO, the main purpose of websvn is to be able to view diffs in _code_ and
> maybe download individual files.
I handle documentation like code :-)
> For everything else, use svn itself and work with its files in their
> proper environment.
Not all of "my" translators are easy with svn command line. WebSVN
would be helpful, so they see, whether I did my homework and checked
in their latest changes correctly. Could be useful for d-i, too.
> If you really want to file a bug about it, the Tech Support Tracking
> System for project alioth on alioth is probably your best bet, but I
> doubt that is really useful.
I did this anyway :-)
> Food for endless flames^Wdiscussions.
As nearly everything :-(