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Re: Results - Re: SPECIAL TESTS failing

From: David Summers <david_at_summersoft.fay.ar.us>
Date: 2004-07-10 19:07:18 CEST

On Sat, 10 Jul 2004, Josh Pieper wrote:

> David Summers wrote:
> > $ svnadmin create /home/dsummers/svnroot/test
> > $ svn co file:///home/dsummers/svnroot/test wc
> > Checked out revision 0.
> > $ mkdir symlinks; cd symlinks
> > $ ln -s 1 2
> > $ echo "test1" > test1
> > $ ln -s test1 3
> > $ cd ..
> > $ svn import symlinks/ file:///home/dsummers/svnroot/test -m "import
> > symlinks"
> > Adding symlinks/test1
> > Segmentation fault
> >
> > I tried to get a stack backtrace but when I configured
> > --enable-maintainer-mode and "make clean" and recompiled then the problem
> > disappeared(!!!!). However it is consistently seg faulting without the
> > --enable-maintainer-mode. Any suggestions?
> >
> > Everything was working two weeks ago (before the "special file
> > handling" patch went in) and no changes were made to the build
> > process until two days ago.
> >
> > The only things I've changed:
> > 1. I've upgraded to neon-0.24.7.
> > 2. I've made a change to the doc Makefile r10198
>
> I can't reproduce this with or without --enable-maintainer-mode.
> Perhaps you can try compiling with -g, but not
> --enable-maintainer-mode. That may allow you to get a stacktrace of
> the problem.
>

OK, I don't know what the difference between --enable-maintainer-mode and
just putting -g in the compile but just putting -g in the compile allows
me to get a backtrace where the --enable-mainter-mode didn't....wierd.

Anyway, here is the stack trace:

#0 0x400e3823 in svn_mime_type_is_binary (
    mime_type=0x2e000001 <Address 0x2e000001 out of bounds>) at
string2.h:935
#1 0x08050130 in notify (baton=0x8062ae8, path=0x80bc598 "symlinks/2",
    action=svn_wc_notify_commit_added, kind=svn_node_file,
    mime_type=0x2e000001 <Address 0x2e000001 out of bounds>,
    content_state=svn_wc_notify_state_inapplicable,
    prop_state=svn_wc_notify_state_inapplicable, revision=-1)
    at subversion/clients/cmdline/notify.c:314
#2 0x4001e906 in import_file (editor=0x808d0e0, dir_baton=0x8063090,
    path=0x80bc598 "symlinks/2", edit_path=0x80bc5a8 "2", ctx=0x80620a0,
    pool=0x80bc560) at subversion/libsvn_client/commit.c:205
#3 0x4001eb4b in import_dir (editor=0x808d0e0, dir_baton=0x8063090,
    path=0x8062aa0 "symlinks", edit_path=0x4002f33f "", nonrecursive=0,
    excludes=0x8062b38, ctx=0x80620a0, pool=0x80bc598)
    at subversion/libsvn_client/commit.c:363
#4 0x4001ed47 in import (path=0x8062aa0 "symlinks",
new_entries=0x8062b98,
    editor=0x808d0e0, edit_baton=0x80a5e28, nonrecursive=0,
    excludes=0x8062b38, ctx=0x80620a0, pool=0x8061ad8)
    at subversion/libsvn_client/commit.c:479
#5 0x4001f249 in svn_client_import (commit_info=0xbffff6a4,
    path=0x8062aa0 "symlinks",
    url=0x8062ac0 "file:///home/dsummers/svnroot/test", nonrecursive=0,
    ctx=0x80620a0, pool=0x8061ad8) at
subversion/libsvn_client/commit.c:692
#6 0x0804d0be in svn_cl__import (os=0x8061b10, baton=0x2e000001,
    pool=0x8061ad8) at subversion/clients/cmdline/import-cmd.c:121
#7 0x0804f1a5 in main (argc=134538812, argv=0xbffff984)
    at subversion/clients/cmdline/main.c:1323
#8 0x42015704 in __libc_start_main () from /lib/tls/libc.so.6

I hope this helps figure it out! I'm really looking forward to the
symlink capability. That was the first thing that caught my eye about
Subversion 3 years ago! :-) (Although Subversion has quite a few
improvments over CVS other than this)

    Thanks!

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