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Corrupt log message in repository

From: Garrick Olson <Garrick.Olson_at_Aceva.com>
Date: 2004-02-27 02:41:57 CET

Has anybody else seen this sort of problem and know how it happens?

I am still trying to work with the user to figure out how he managed to
do this, but it seems like it must be a bug in Subversion (shouldn't
matter what the user does, the repository should prevent these illegal
states).

The repository is 0.37 and is running on Windows 2000 as svnserve. I
think the client is XP, but I am not positive.

$ svn log --xml -r123
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<log>
svn: Inconsistent line-endings in source stream

$ svnadmin dump --incremental -r123 repos | cat -A
[I scrubbed the output a bit, but preserved whitespace]
...
svn:log$
V 573$
Some comment^M$
more comments ^M^M$
more comments ^M^M$
more comments^M$
^M$
more comments ^M^M$
more comments$
K 10$
...

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