Reported by Unknown User, Apr 7, 2005
(This entry was imported from the savannah tracker, original location: https://savannah.nongnu.org/bugs/index.php?12594) While trying to import my Documents folder into a monotone database I hit this error: monotone: misuse: bad character '13' in path component 'Icon ' of 'Older Widgets/AirPort Signal.widget/Icon ' If I get rid of that widget for Konfabulator, it trips up on others with the same problem. monotone version: ----------------- picard:~/Documents davel$ monotone --full-version monotone 0.17 (base revision: 337d62e5cbd50c36e2f2c2bda489a98de3a8aeb7) Running on: Darwin 7.8.0 Darwin Kernel Version 7.8.0: Wed Dec 22 14:26:17 PST 2004; root:xnu/xnu-517.11.1.obj~1/RELEASE_PPC Power Macintosh Changes since base revision: new_manifest [0152a0ae40734894b0a39501246cf4ffeada0aa4] old_revision [337d62e5cbd50c36e2f2c2bda489a98de3a8aeb7] old_manifest [0152a0ae40734894b0a39501246cf4ffeada0aa4] Generated from data cached in the distribution; further changes may have been made. Generated from data cached in the distribution; further changes may have been made. Generated from data cached in the distribution; further changes may have been made.
Comment 1 by Unknown User, Apr 9, 2005
Just after mentioning this, a test for filenames with a trailing space was added. This doesn't work on Win32, where "foo bar" appears to be an equivalent filename to "foo bar ". This may be entirely unrelated to this bug, I'm only deducing a relationship from the IRC logs. Either way, I figure we probably want to disallow files with trailing spaces if Win32 can't support them, or at least print a warning.
Comment 2 by Thomas Keller, Oct 10, 2010
Summary: \r and \n not allowed in file names