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Re: Two problems w/ subversion

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-07-10 18:15:32 CEST

Jon Trowbridge <trow@ximian.com> writes:

> (1) A minor problem.
>
> The test scripts (basic-tests.py in particular) seem to require python
> 2.0. On my machine (running debian Woody), "python" invokes python
> 1.5.2 and "python2" runs 2.0. Thus things like basic-tests.py won't run
> for me unless I manually run them from the command line with "python2
> ./basic-tests.py".

I'm not sure I'd call this a problem, really. I mean, isn't the
convention to have "python" a symlink to the latest greatest thing,
and to invoke *older* versions by hand (with "python-1.5.2" or
something)?

> (2) A larger problem
>
> svnadmin segfaults when I try to create a repository.

I know this was happening a couple of weeks ago, but that bug has
since been fixed. I use svnadmin daily here to create repositories,
and am not seeing the problem. Any chance that your binary is out of
date?

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