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Getting A Super Weird Error. Everything Works Fine On Local, When Trying To Run On Remote, Getting This Error Failing To Apply The Git Diff

Getting a super weird error. Everything works fine on local, when trying to run on remote, getting this error failing to apply the git diff
could not apply diff: 'latin-1' codec can't encode character '\u201c' in position 15570: ordinal not in range(256)

Diff is invoked by trains, not me. It seems like it fails to apply git diff on an .ipynb notebook (the trains code is not in that notebook)

Posted 3 years ago
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WackyRabbit7 hmmm seems like non regular character inside the diff.
Let me check something

Posted 3 years ago

Committing that notebook with changes solved it, but I wonder why it failed

Posted 3 years ago

Failing when passing the diff to the git command...

Posted 3 years ago

WackyRabbit7 I'll make sure it is fixed

Posted 3 years ago
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