I have three problems that I suspect are related.
I've been using enforcer.py to avoid
committing text with trailing spaces.
I've been gone for 8 days and yesterday it starting emitting
AssertionErrors instead of testing for trailing spaces:
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: Commit blocked by pre-commit hook (exit code 1) with output:
G:\Electronics Technology\Projects\Conformal Computing\backlight.rep
diff_cmd=svnlook diff "--transaction=68-1" "G:\Electronics Technology
should process diff_out
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "enforcer.py", line 383, in <module>
state, colon, action, '|'+line+'|', len(line) ]
AssertionError: ['state, colon, action, line, len(line)', 0, 36, '---
trunk/util/papa.mk\t2008-11-06 00', '|--- trunk/util/papa.mk
\t2008-11-06 00:07:25 UTC (rev 68)|', 55]
The line-wrap is nasty, but one can get the idea.
Two of my subdirectories are now icon-free zones:
I tried to get util's icons back by renaming
it and using svn update util.
Still no icons.
Now, I'm not sure when it changed, TortoiseSVN
isn't allowed to try to do anything in the util subdirectory.
I get an error message saying that my client
is too old to work with my working copy.
That is silly. I've never updated subversion or tortoise.
When I try to commit from the command line,
I get the above AssertionError from enforcer.py .
Eventually, I decided to reboot to see if it would help.
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Received on 2008-12-05 07:09:08 CET