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Re: svn: system(' svn-commit.tmp') returned 32512

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-02-22 00:39:48 CET

Craig Longman <craigl@begeek.com> writes:

> i'm having some trouble getting svn to work. i am using the following:
> svn, version 0.18.0 (r4973)
> compiled Feb 21 2003, 01:17:30
> i was able to create a repository, issue an import command, as well as
> checkout and status commands. but if i ever try and do a svn commit,
> i get the following:
> sh: svn-commit.tmp: command not found
> svn: Error calling external program
> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: system(' svn-commit.tmp') returned 32512

A commit requires a log message.

It seems like your $EDITOR variable is set to "", judging by the
system() call there.

Set that variable, or unset it.

Or use -m or -F to set a log message.

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Received on Fri Feb 21 22:41:52 2003

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