> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joel Low [mailto:joel_at_joelsplace.sg]
> Sent: Sunday, 23 October, 2011 4:05 PM
> To: Subversion Developers' List (dev_at_subversion.apache.org)
> Subject: Infinite loop on when using svn blame
> Hello List,
> I've got an infinite loop when running svn blame over file:/// on my
> own SVN binaries (Windows, x64, VS 2008)
> I'm not sure if it is caused by my repository (it's public -- the
> Eraser SourceForge repository, repository can be rsynced from
> SourceForge servers) Trying to run blame from TortoiseSVN seems to work
> fine, so I did some debugging.
> It seems that there's an infinite loop in find_identical_prefix
> (diff_file.c:379, svn 1.7.1 tag), specifically within the ifdefs in
> SVN_UNALIGNED_ACCESS_IS_OK between lines 417 and 455. I disabled the
> whole block since the comment in svn_types.h details that
> SVN_UNALIGNED_ACCESS_IS_OK is an optimisation opportunity define and
> rebuilt; the blame runs successfully then.
Sorry for the noise. The definition of apr_uintptr_t is important: WIN32 is defined in the MSVC project files, but APR detects x64 purely by defines (in this case WIN64) which the project files do not define. Defining WIN64 (and WIN32) in all projects seems to have fixed the problem.
> Any help to debug into this would be greatly appreciated, if my
> platform/build tools are a supported bunch (I don't really see x64
> Subversion binaries for Windows so I'm not sure on this)
Received on 2011-10-23 10:15:17 CEST