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Re: is this behaviour #773 related or is this a new issue?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-01-03 17:46:00 CET

Johannes Lochmann <johannes.lochmann@chello.at> writes:

> > Also, I'm getting 'no such user' errors when I mail your address,
> > although somehow it got to you anyway.
> the johannes.lochmann@chello.at address? Just sent a test mail and it
> worked...

 ... while talking to smtpgate.chello.at.:
>>> DATA
 <<< 550 you are not allowed to send mail to <johannes.lochmann@chello.at>
 550 5.1.1 <johannes.lochmann@chello.at>... User unknown

> > So how big was your commit? Did it affect many files? Can we see the
> > output of your commit command, before it died?
> 1538 files where affected, but code change was not huge, I just replaced CVS
> keywords with SVN keywords and updated the copyright statements. About 20
> edited lines/file. But i did not yet enable keyword substition by adding the
> appropriate meta data.
> As for the commit output: no output has been generated after i closed vim
> where I entered my log message.

Huh? Surely you saw 1500 "Sending..." lines, one for each file,
right? What was the error that was printed out when the commit
aborted? Aren't you running 'svn commit' from the commandline? Did
'svn commit' instantly die after you closed vim?

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