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Re: Error for "svn up" when delta > 102400

From: Ben Collins <bcollins_at_debian.org>
Date: 2002-03-25 17:23:42 CET

On Mon, Mar 25, 2002 at 10:00:38AM -0600, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> cmpilato@collab.net writes:
>
> > I dunno, sussman. Our testing suite is disappointingly void of tests
> > for files > svndiff-chunk-size. We might want to incorporate some
> > differently sized files as part of our regular testing. It seems a
> > bit unrealistic to do all our testing on files < 80 bytes, dontcha
> > think? :-)
>
> I agree that it might be nice to permanently add a couple of Big files
> to our standard testing tree... but it will require a bit of hacking.
>
> Currently, our system just dumps the immutable list to disk, creates a
> repo, and does an import. (Then every other test uses copies of the
> repository.) So we'd have to tweak this system to dump some 100K
> files to disk as well. Not a big deal, really. What I'm worried about
> is how a permanent addition to the greek tree will affect all existing
> tests: will they care? I don't *think* they'll notice, but those are
> famous last words. :-)

Well, I added this entry to the greek list:

        ('large-file', 'A'*103000, {}, {})

It fails:

        pdate_tests.py 4 : update to revision 0

which I believe is the problem that I am running into. It also fails:

        diff_tests.py 5: multiple revisions diff'd forwards and backwards
        
        diff_tests.py 9 : pure repository diff update a file

        diff_tests.py 10 : diff when property was changed but text was not

I'm not sure if these are problems where the testsuite doesn't expect a
new file, or because of the > chunksize issue.

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