RE: SVN question
From: Hahn, Christopher (SAN DIEGO) <christopher.hahn_at_hp.com>
Date: Mon, 23 May 2011 20:54:08 +0000
Thank you for taking the time.
I also saw this....I was wondering what users do to get something similar working.
The same thing happens under Perforce. The command "p4" always returns a
I checked the svn Global Options and did not see anything similar.
I suppose that I can just use a pipe and watch for strings that I expect.....
From: Varnau, Steve (Neoview)
The problem is not with your perl code. Apparently, update returns success if you give it a path that does not exist in the current working directory.
Ø svn update foobar
At revision 3158.
Ø echo $?
For Svn 1.6.15, anyway. Seems to hold for linux & windows.
From: Hahn, Christopher (SAN DIEGO)
I have been wondering how best to capture errors from
I wanted to show you how a basic test is failing.
Consider the simple code snippet:
die "svn failed with errorcode $?" if $?;
This command works if the "mang" above is changed to "main"
However, both code have this result:
What am I doing wrong?
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