If you send me the full email that is causing the bounce I can unsubscribe it. I haven't seen the bounces.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Matthew Pounsett [mailto:matt_at_conundrum.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2012 11:31 AM
> To: users_at_subversion.apache.org
> Subject: Cleaning out an old subscriber
> Hi List Admins. Sorry, but I couldn't find a list admin address on the web site
> for this, so I'm sending it to the list itself.
> I'm sure others have seen this too, but any time I post to the list I'm getting a
> bounce from world.deshaw.com. Could an admin track down this subscriber
> and remove them from the list?
> Matt Pounsett
> Begin forwarded message:
> > From: Postmaster <systems-postmaster_at_world.deshaw.com>
> > Subject: Important: message being returned.
> > Date: July 11, 2012 11:02:20 EDT
> > To: matt_at_conundrum.com
> > Reply-To: nobody_at_world.deshaw.com
> > Thank you for your inquiry. Justin Vallon is no longer with the firm. For
> immediate assistance, please contact Reception at +1-212-478-0000.
> > Sincerely,
> > The D. E. Shaw Group
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> > From: Matthew Pounsett <matt_at_conundrum.com>
> > To: Jason Heeris <jason.heeris_at_gmail.com>
> > cc: users_at_subversion.apache.org
> > Subject: Re: Square brackets in file names and authz (in VisualSVN 2.5.5)
> > On 2012/07/11, at 01:13, Jason Heeris wrote:
> >> The problem is this: it doesn't seem to work on files with the '[' or ']'
> characters in their name. Ignoring VisualSVN's GUI for now, I've tried going
> one step further and editing the "authz-windows" file by hand and I just can't
> seem to get it to work. I've tried variations like:
> > I note by your examples that you're using a unix filesystem (as opposed to
> Windows). I would be a little surprised if this worked there, since the square
> brackets are normally used by unix shells as glob metacharacters, similarly to
> * and ?.
> > For example, 'tmp.txt' is a glob pattern to match tmp1.txt, tmp2.txt
> and tmp3.txt.
> > Sorry, I'm not sure how to help you make this work. If you can avoid using
> those characters in file names, please do so at all costs. A good rule of thumb
> is that if you can't create the file from a command line in a shell without
> escaping characters, then don't use those characters.
> >> It's also worth pointing out that some paths have the "#" character in
> them. What do I do when I get to those?
> > This is commonly comment character. It's possible to create a file with this
> character in it, but personally I'd avoid it. It's possible you could escape it like
> so: "tmp\#1.txt", but I'm not confident that will work. If svn can't deal with
> this one you might have a case for it being a bug, since it is technically a legal
> file name.
Received on 2012-07-11 18:14:08 CEST