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RE: Fwd: Mail delivery failed: returning message to sender

From: John Niven <jniven_at_bravurasolutions.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2008 09:26:40 +1200

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hari Kodungallur [mailto:hkodungallur_at_gmail.com]
> Sent: Friday, 4 April 2008 19:52
> To: users_at_subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: Fwd: Mail delivery failed: returning message to sender
>
> Sorry for this spam.. But I have got similar "mail delivery failed"
> about 10 times today. Most of them are in reply to a message
> that is sent on this list (in the same thread in gmail). And
> some of them don't come in as a reply to message sent on this
> list, but as separate messages, but usually happens a few
> minutes after I reply to an email in this list.
>
> Is someone else having similar issues?

I am. I'd guess someone's MTA is misconfigured, and picking *us* up as
the sender, instead of the list. Maybe the MTA is configured to do some
wacky detective work if the email is forwarded from gmail?
Unfortunately I deleted all the "Mail delivery failed..." emails I
received, so I can't do any detective work myself right now; I'll save
any further mails I get.

Cheers
John

>
> Thanks,
> -Hari
>
>
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> From: "Hari Kodungallur" <hkodungallur_at_gmail.com>
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> On Thu, Apr 3, 2008 at 10:17 AM,
> <Gabriel.SCOLAN_at_messier-bugatti.com> wrote:
>
> >
> > Hi there,
> >
> > I was wondering how it is possible to search in the
> repository to locate a > specific file, returning for
> example the revision of the repository when the > last
> modification of the file was committed and its path in the repository:
> > "myrepos-1234:/path/to/file"
> > I'm supprised not to have found a command line like "svn
> query" or "svn > find".
> >
> > Where did I miss something ?
> >
> >
> No, I don't think there is a specific command to find a
> file, assuming you are searching for a file and you don't
> know the path within the repository where this file exists.
>
> If you know the path to the file, "svn log --limit 1
> /path/to/file" will give you the result.
>
> Assuming you don't know the path, you could do one of the following:
>
> 1. Search through logs to find the path ("svn log -v
> /url/to/repo | grep filename$" etc..)
>
> 2. If you have access to the server, you can run the
> 'svnlook' command to find the location of the file: for example:
>
> $ svnlook tree /path/to/repos --full-paths | grep "Foo.java$"
>
> You can also supply another parmeter to svnlook to limit
> your search to a particular tree (trunk for example):
>
> $ svnlook tree /path/to/repos trunk/subdir1 --full-paths
> | grep "Foo.java$"
>
> Once you know the location of the file in the repository,
> "svn log --limit 1 /path/to/file" from the client will give
> you the latest revision.
>
> OR - You could install ViewVC with query capability on the
> server and it gives you a powerful web based query form
> where you can do fancy stuff like this.
>
>
> regards,
> -Hari
>
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> <br><div class="gmail_quote">On Thu, Apr 3, 2008 at 10:17
> AM, &lt;<a href="mailto:Gabriel.SCOLAN_at_messier-bugatti.com"
> target="_blank">Gabriel.SCOLAN_at_messier-bugatti.com</a>&gt;
> wrote:<br><blockquote class="gmail_quote" style="border-left:
> 1px solid rgb(204, 204, 204); margin: 0pt 0pt 0pt 0.8ex; padding-left:
> 1ex;">
>
>
> <br><font face="sans-serif" size="2">Hi there,</font> <br>
> <br><font face="sans-serif" size="2">I was wondering how it
> is possible to
>
> search in the repository to locate a specific file, returning
> for example the revision of the repository when the last
> modification of the file was committed and its path in the
> repository:
> &quot;myrepos-1234:/path/to/file&quot;</font>
> <br><font face="sans-serif" size="2">I&#39;m supprised not
> to have found a command line like &quot;svn query&quot; or
> &quot;svn find&quot;. </font> <br> <br><font
> face="sans-serif" size="2">Where did I miss something
> ?</font> <br> <br><font face="sans-serif"
> size="2"></font></blockquote><div><br>No,
> I don&#39;t think there is a specific command to find a file,
> assuming you are searching for a file and you don&#39;t know
> the path within the repository where this file exists. <br>
>
> <br>If you know the path to the file, &quot;svn log --limit
> 1 /path/to/file&quot; will give you the
> result.<br><br>Assuming you don&#39;t know the path, you
> could do one of the following:<br><br>1.
> Search through logs to find the path (&quot;svn log -v
> /url/to/repo | grep filename$&quot; etc..) <br>
>
> <br>2. If you have access to the server, you can run the
> &#39;svnlook&#39; command to find the location of the file:
> for example:<br><code><span style="color: rgb(0, 51,
> 51);"><br>&nbsp;&nbsp; $ svnlook tree /path/to/repos
> --full-paths | grep &quot;Foo.java$&quot;<br>
>
> <br></span></code>You can also supply another parmeter to
> svnlook to limit your search to a particular tree (trunk for
> example):<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
> <br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; <code><span style="color: rgb(0,
> 51, 51);">$ svnlook tree /path/to/repos trunk/subdir1
> --full-paths | grep &quot;Foo.java$&quot;</span></code><br>
>
> <br>Once you know the location of the file in the
> repository, &quot;svn log --limit 1 /path/to/file&quot; from
> the client will give you the latest revision.<br><br>OR -
> You could install ViewVC with query capability on the server
> and it gives you a powerful web based query form where you
> can do fancy stuff like
> this.<br><br><br>regards,<br>-Hari<br></div></div>
>
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