I'm getting the following error when trying to do "svn up":
svn: E000022: Error converting entry in directory '/home/testuser/svn/test' to UTF-8
Followed by some valid and invalid UTF-8 data.
My svn repo contains a combination of UTF-8 and ISO-8859 data, but I'm given to understand from the Subversion manual that when this is the case, svn uses its own internal character encoding so there will not be a mix of the two. So why should this be an issue?
Also, I have no problems doing "svn commit" after setting my character locale to en_US.UTF-8.
This is a Gentoo system, with every output of the "locale" command set to en_US.UTF-8, except LC_ALL which is set to nothing.
I have followed the Gentoo "setting the locale" steps at the Gentoo wiki: http://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/UTF-8#Setting_the_Locale
At this point I don't care if subversion removes non-US characters from my file names or directory names, for all I care it can replace those characters with whatever it wants to. I just want to be able to update and commit.