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Subversion 0.14.0 problems/bugs

From: Jason White <jasonw_at_ariel.ucs.unimelb.edu.au>
Date: 2002-08-11 06:10:40 CEST

I posted a message to this list yesterday regarding possible bugs in
Subversion 0.14.0, but, as I wasn't a subscriber to the list at the
time, the message appears not to have been posted. I checked the
archives but couldn't find it. For this reason, I shall repeat my
problem report here.

Two problems:

1. svn ci filename -m 'A very long log message which, on my system at
   least (Debian GNU/Linux Woody, Linux 2.4.17-xfs) would probably
   trigger a memory fault.'

As indicated, comparatively long log messages, given as parameters to
the -m option, produce memory faults.

2. I tried to download the latest sources from subversion.collab.net.
   Upon the first attempt, the download failed with a network read
   error (I didn't capture the error message). On the second attempt,
   the download succeeded, but now when I run svn update on the
   subversion source directory:
[subversion@jdc]$ svn update

apr_error: #20014, src_err 0 : <Error string not specified yet>
  REPORT request failed on /repos/svn/trunk

apr_error: #20014, src_err 0 : <Error string not specified yet>
  The REPORT status was 400, but expected 200.

I couldn't find either of these problems mentioned in the bug data

I hope this is of help to the developers, and would be pleased to
engage in further testing.

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