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Re: core dump with svn r6178

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-06-19 22:43:41 CEST

Christian Daudt <csd_ob@daudt.org> writes:

> So someone else doesn't spend a morning trying to figure why they're getting
> coredumps all of the sudden...

Do I detect (in your patch) a note of sarcasm? :-)

Dude, I'm sorry you wasted time looking at the wrong thing. But the
clues are present. In the very libsvn_ra_dav code you pasted, there
is a comment indicating that that section of code expects to get that
name= attribute. Now, I dunno why you're seeing a case where this
attribute isn't present, but if I could be so daring as to risk
annoying you -- would you mind trying to solved *that* problem? I
mean, if you have a Subversion server that's sending your client a
bogus REPORT response, by golly we want to know about it.

Please help us, and please don't be offended if your alternative patch
falls by the wayside. (Our entire svn_string.c function set does not
try to protect against NULL input, not just that one function).

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