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Possible bug in libsvn_wc on OpenBSD.

From: Mark Grosberg <mark_at_nolab.conman.org>
Date: 2003-12-04 19:29:38 CET

Hello all,

In response to a thread on the users list from C-Mike, I tried the
following command on my OpenBSD box:

  /tmp/sem/src> svn ps -R svn:eol-style native .
  svn: Obstructed update
  svn: svn_wc__close_props: '' is not a working copy directory

It returns an error. Oddly enough, I tried it on a Gentoo/PPC Linux box
and it worked correctly.

Both clients were compiled from an identical tarball (v0.33.1) yet they
behave differently depending on the platform.

The only difference between the two I can think of is that the SVN on the
Gentoo/PPC box is compiled & linked against Apache 2.0.48's APR and the
one on the OpenBSD box is compiled against the APR included in the SVN

My particular setup on OpenBSD is v3.2 on i386. Has anybody else
experienced this problem?

The server is the Gentoo/PPC box, BTW.

Any ideas?

Mark G.

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