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Unsure as to what an error message is really telling me

From: Hensley, Richard <Richard.Hensley_at_McKesson.com>
Date: 2003-10-10 01:42:23 CEST

I get the following message when I execute a diff command:

wc $svn diff -r 127:128 Staff.java
Index: Staff.java
===================================================================
--- Staff.java (revision 127)
+++ Staff.java (revision 128)
@@ -36,1724 +36,1731 @@
svn: Not enough storage is available to process this command.
svn: svn_diff_file_output_unified: error writing hunk

I'm not sure what the error messages mean.

The repository and the work copy are on the same computer. The computer
is a Windows XP machine. I use the file:// <file://> protocol to access
the repository. I have about 18G of free space on the local hard drive.
Is there anything else I should be checking?

I seem to be getting this error on all svn diff commands. Interestingly
enough, svn merge works just fine. I understand from reading the
documentation that the two are closely related.

Thanks for any help,

Richard
Received on Fri Oct 10 01:43:27 2003

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