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RE: Compile warnings on Win32

From: Mike Geiger <mike_at_PerCurrence.com>
Date: 2001-10-11 01:08:00 CEST

>Could you post a repro for this? Just looking at your temporary fix
>doesn't help me understand the problem.

When you execute the import cmd, e.g.
svn import file:///apache_1.3/htdocs/newrepos c:\backup bak1

you get an error:
apr_error: #20508, src_err 0 : <The input data is incomplete>
  error during import of `c:\backup'

I tracked the error down to import_dir and noticed the similarity with
an earlier problem in apache 2.16.
apr_dir_read (&this_entry, APR_FINFO_NORM, dir) sometimes fails down in

The import seems to work successfuly with the temporary code change to
  for (apr_err = apr_dir_read (&this_entry, APR_FINFO_NORM, dir);
       //APR_STATUS_IS_SUCCESS (apr_err); //mpg
                apr_err != 22518;
       apr_err = apr_dir_read (&this_entry, APR_FINFO_NORM, dir))

This traverses the file list successfully until there are no more
entries. Another fix would be to use
apr_err = apr_dir_read (&this_entry, 0, dir).

I don't understand the code well enough to suggest a permanent solution.
However, it does not seem like this_entry is used for anything other
than the filename and filetype.

I agree on not disabling that particular compiler warning. On the
surface it looks like automatic conversion from __int64 to shorter data
types is not appropriate.


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