I'm trying to use the CLI tool, but I'm getting an "Error encoding the request (tried UTF-8), please specify an --encoding parameter" I've tried this with utf_8, ascii, utf_32, utf8. All with the same result.
./crucible.py REVIEW-1 --encoding utf_8
Note I've tried leaving off the --encoding.
I just ran into this after a year using the tool successfully. Manually uploading the diff gave a clue: it would not anchor, and in the revision that Crucible said conflicted there was a funny character near the previous (and the new) changes:
There was an apostrophe encoded in Western MacOS Roman. I changed it to a plain ASCII apostrophe in my local source, made a new diff, and that uploaded and anchored ok
This did not fix the python error, but now I know what to look for and a workaround. Possibly fiddling around with encoding in the source file would have helped.
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