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cornelis.broeders
Hello OSM Newbies,
I am working on a task to replace the googlemap applications on my website by OSM solutions. As much of the related stuff is collected in the svn.openstreetmap.org area and having some professional experience with SVN, I decided to download the OSM SVN repository. This works quite well, until the following error message:
 
svn: E000022: Can't convert string from 'UTF-8' to native encoding:
svn: E000022: /home/opt/osm_svn/misc/pr_material/slideshow/2012-02-09_194844_scrot_Screenshot_Freiberg_Zentrum_wei?\195?\159er_Hintergrund_bearb.png
 
Very probably the reason is that the document to be downloaded has german characters (ß....) in its name. Despite some extensive googling up till now I could not solve the problem. I strongly hope that some of you can give me some hints how to proceed. Best greetings,
CB
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Re: svn: E000022: Can't convert string from 'UTF-8' to native encoding:

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svn: E000022: Can't convert string from 'UTF-8' to native encoding:
svn: E000022: /home/opt/osm_svn/misc/pr_material/slideshow/2012-02-09_194844_scrot_Screenshot_Freiberg_Zentrum_wei?\195?\159er_Hintergrund_bearb.png


Hi Cornelis, and welcome!

The "newbies" list is targeted at "newbie mappers" rather than people doing things like website development - most people on here probably wouldn't recognise a "subversion" if they walked past one in the street :)  However an SVN checkout of that file works just fine here (via TortoiseSVN  1.7.13 on Windows) - maybe it's something at your end? 

It's worth mentioning, though, that there is all sorts of stuff in OSM's SVN that you probably don't want to read (old slideshows, like this one) and lots of stuff that you might want to use _not_ in SVN, but scattered around the place, often in various people's github repositories).

Places I'd definitely suggest having a look at (if you haven't already) are the main OSM help site:

https://help.openstreetmap.org/

The "switch2osm" site:

http://switch2osm.org/

The "dev" mailing list:

https://lists.openstreetmap.org/listinfo/dev

and #osm and #osm-dev on IRC:

http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Irc

Cheers,

Andy


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Re: svn: E000022: Can't convert string from 'UTF-8' to native encoding:

Dan S
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Hi Cornelis,

This "newbies" discussion is mostly about editing map data, not about
running web services. Anyway, that aside:

Firstly I don't think SVN has any the latest code, it's all managed
using "git" now. As far as I know there's no good reason to use the
svn (if so, it should probably be taken down!). Secondly, you probably
don't even need to download OpenStreetMap's code at all. If you go to
http://switch2osm.org/ you should see a nice tutorial about using map
tiles from OpenStreetMap.

Best
Dan


2014-06-10 16:52 GMT+01:00  <[hidden email]>:

> Hello OSM Newbies,
> I am working on a task to replace the googlemap applications on my website
> by OSM solutions. As much of the related stuff is collected in the
> svn.openstreetmap.org area and having some professional experience with SVN,
> I decided to download the OSM SVN repository. This works quite well, until
> the following error message:
>
> svn: E000022: Can't convert string from 'UTF-8' to native encoding:
> svn: E000022:
> /home/opt/osm_svn/misc/pr_material/slideshow/2012-02-09_194844_scrot_Screenshot_Freiberg_Zentrum_wei?\195?\159er_Hintergrund_bearb.png
>
> Very probably the reason is that the document to be downloaded has german
> characters (ß....) in its name. Despite some extensive googling up till now
> I could not solve the problem. I strongly hope that some of you can give me
> some hints how to proceed. Best greetings,
> CB
> --
> C.H.M. Broeders,       http://www.cornelis-broeders.eu
>
> _______________________________________________
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Re: svn: E000022: Can't convert string from 'UTF-8' to native encoding:(SOLVED)

cornelis.broeders
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Hi,
thanks for first fast replies,
In the meantime I found the (tricky) solution for my problem.
I am working with LINUX OS OpenSuSE12.3 and made the following changes:
 
export LC_CTYPE=en_US.UTF-8 (was export LC_CTYPE=)
export LC_ALL= (was export LC_ALL=C from other project)
 
After a lot of additional downloads I encounter another SVN problem, not to be discussed here.
Best greetings,
CB
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Hello OSM Newbies,
I am working on a task to replace the googlemap applications on my website by OSM solutions. As much of the related stuff is collected in the svn.openstreetmap.org area and having some professional experience with SVN, I decided to download the OSM SVN repository. This works quite well, until the following error message:
 
svn: E000022: Can't convert string from 'UTF-8' to native encoding:
svn: E000022: /home/opt/osm_svn/misc/pr_material/slideshow/2012-02-09_194844_scrot_Screenshot_Freiberg_Zentrum_wei?\195?\159er_Hintergrund_bearb.png
 
Very probably the reason is that the document to be downloaded has german characters (ß....) in its name. Despite some extensive googling up till now I could not solve the problem. I strongly hope that some of you can give me some hints how to proceed. Best greetings,
CB
--
C.H.M. Broeders,       http://www.cornelis-broeders.eu
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