[PATCH] UTF-16 explanation

Richard Cavell richardcavell at mail.com
Wed Oct 5 22:43:20 CDT 2011

I'm not entirely sure what the corrected text is supposed to be, but this makes sense while the previous version does not.

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Index: ch03-advanced-topics.xml
--- ch03-advanced-topics.xml	(revision 4106)
+++ ch03-advanced-topics.xml	(working copy)
@@ -1363,7 +1363,7 @@
         <para>UTF-16 is commonly used to encode files whose semantic
           content is textual in nature, but the encoding itself makes
-          heavy use of bytes which our outside the typical ASCII
+          heavy use of bytes which are outside the typical ASCII
           character byte range.  As such, Subversion will tend to
           classify such files as binary files, much to the chagrin of
           users who desire line-based differencing and merging,

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