Filesystem Repository path encoding of non UTF-8 characters
|Assignee:||Toshi MARUYAMA||% Done:|
The filesystem repository has some issues regarding special characters in filenames or directory names.
If the name if a file or directory contains a special char (like ü, ö, ä for example), the codepage will get mixed up
and the browser will having trouble displaying it (see attached pictures). If one corrects the codepage manually,
the files in the repo will be displayed correctly, but every other special char (table headers, etc.) will get messed up.
In addition to that, if a directoy contains a special char, it is browseable, but every subdir and file in that directory is not.
That is mainly because every '/' after the special char will be converted to %2F and every special char will be converted to its entity, completely messing the URI up. You will get a 404 (not found) error So, for instance
http://redmine.my.domain/repositories/browse/project/Brücke -> http://redmine.my.domain/repositories/browse/project/Br%FCcke
http://redmine.my.domain/repositories/browse/project/Brücke/übersicht.jpg -> http://redmine.my.domain/repositories/browse/project/Br%FCcke%2F%FCbersicht.jpg
Manually replacing every %2F with / did not help really. You will get the Redmine page, but an error saying that the file does not exist in the repo. Replacing every %-code with its special char will lead to a 500 (internal) error.Setting the codepages under Administration -> Repositories -> Codepages does not affect this in any way. Tried settings:
- UTF-8, ISO 8859-1, ISO 8859-15, CP1252
- ISO-8859-1, ISO-8859-15, UTF-8, CP1252
- ISO-8859-15, ISO-8859-1, UTF-8, CP1252
- Redmine 0.7.3.devel.2079 (MySQL)
- ruby 1.8.6 (2007-09-24 patchlevel 111) [i386-mswin32]
- Rails 2.1.0
#1 Updated by Paul Rivier about 9 years ago
- Assignee set to Paul Rivier
I can't reproduce it here with chars like é € ä ß or à ... My only available environment is Linux, so it might be related to your windows environment. Can anybody else confirm this bug and narrow it as much as possible ?
#2 Updated by Toni Kerschbaum about 9 years ago
I just noticed that I forgot to upload the pictures, so here they are.
It could be related to my Windows environment (Windows Server 2003). If I can help you in any way to narrow or track down the problem, please let me know.
Also, the path in the first two pictures remains fully browseable (and the files downloadable), but some other paths and directories do not. Sadly, I can't find any notable difference in those paths and filenames.
#7 Updated by Toshi MARUYAMA about 7 years ago
- Status changed from 7 to Closed
- % Done changed from 80 to 100
- Resolution set to Fixed
I finished implementing until r4944.
It is impossible to prepare test tar ball and test non UTF-8 encoding paths on all OSs, filesystems and Languages.
If tar ball has Latin-1 path encoding files, I can't extract it on my Japanese Windows.