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Re: Python Bindings under Windows (ViewCvS on windows)

From: Russell Yanofsky <rey4_at_columbia.edu>
Date: 2003-08-21 03:20:34 CEST

Andy Buchanan wrote:
> ...
>> Alas, although the directory listings work fine, any attempt to
>> get file info crashes mod_python. In case it was the external tools,
>> I tried with both RCS and CVSNT configured. Always the same error:
>
>> Does it crash when showing file info from CVS repositories? These
>> external tools are not used with subversion repositories.
>
> Yes, that's the crash

Do you still have this problem then? show_changed_paths only has an effect
on Subversion repositories, it has no effect on CVS repositories.

>
>> From Apache Log:
>> [Wed Aug 13 11:36:31 2003] [notice] Parent: child process exited with
>> status 3221225477 -- Restarting.
>> [That's C0000005 in hex, which of course is out x86 friend "Access
>> Violation"]
>>
>> No python traces or additional error logging appears to be generated.
>>
>> Since I can't think of anything else to try at the moment, I'm going
>> to have another go at running it as a normal cgi script.
>
>> Make sure you have show_changed_paths = 0 in viewcvs.conf? Having
>> this option enabled with an old version of the bindings will cause
>> an access violation...
>
> This helps (no crashing now). Though it's not working quite right -
> e.g. viewing diffs doesn't show anything.
>
> I was using the v0.25 svn with the v0.25 bindings. Was this
> mismatched?

No, there was a bug in the 0.25 bindings that causes crashes when
show_changed_paths is enabled.

- Russ

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