To reproduce, first create empty repository, served via apache. Then:
svn mkdir http://server/trunk/Földer -m "create folder with non-ascii
char in name"
svn co http://server/trunk wc
echo dummy > wc\föle.txt
svn add wc\föle.txt
svn ci wc -m "add file with non-ascii char in name"
svn cp http://server/trunk/föle.txt http://server/trunk/Földer/föle.txt
--parents -m "copy file"
svn list http://server/trunk
What I would expect is that the file "föle.txt" is copied to the
existing folder "Földer", but what actually happens is that a new folder
is created with name "F%C3%B6lder".
This happens both with 1.5.x and a trunk build.
Note: I don't think the cause is the url escaping in the command line
client, since the same happens in TSVN where I just checked that the
urls are passed to svn_client_copy properly escaped.
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