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Re: svn log ^c dumps core on solaris

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2004-11-27 19:03:10 CET

solo turn wrote:
> hi,
> when doing a log on svn repository,
> svn log subversion
> ^c
> dumps a core.

Works just fine here.

Can you try debugging it using an unstripped build and gdb?

> btw, what is the best way to find out what changed since my last "svn up"?

"svn st -u" will show which files have changed.

Or, possibly, a bash shell script like this:

baserev=`svn info | sed -n 's/^Revision: //;tp;bn;:p;p;:n'`
baseplusone=$(( $baserev + 1 ))
if svn log --incremental -q -r$baseplusone 2>&1 1>/dev/null | \
  fgrep -q 'No such revision'; then
  svn log --incremental -v -r$baseplusone:HEAD

That's basically doing "svn log -rBASE:HEAD", but excluding BASE from the
range of returned log entries.


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