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Re: svn status -v on nonexistent files has changed

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-10 16:33:41 CEST

Rob Weir <rweir@ertius.org> writes:
> version 0.23.0 (r5962) in Debian Sid, which fails and gives me this in
> *Messages*:
> vc-svn-parse-status: Couldn't parse output from `svn status -v'
> > 2. I get different errors or non-errors by running status on 'xxx',
> > depending on the options and whether or not I'm inside a
> > Subversion working copy:
> [snip tests]
> Oddly enough, I get the exact same output as you. Well, aside from the
> line number/apr_err line, which are presumably debugging code.

Hmmm -- are you an Emacs Lisp programmer? :-)

Since you can reproduce it, you might be in a better position to come
up with a patch. I think just making `vc-svn-parse-status' treat no
status, and certain errors, as all meaning "This file is not under
revision control" would be a good solution.

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