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Re: not sure abt this...

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-11 17:38:31 CEST

John Szakmeister <john@szakmeister.net> writes:
> > I am a new member who joined the development team this week. I
> > was just going through the command line svn client and I tried the
> > command:
> > svn list
> > works fine.
> > svn list -R
> > nothing!!
> > (The listing contains a small number of files and it should not take
> > this long to complete...)
> > Killed the process...
> > The message that I got was:
> > subversion/clients/cmdline/main.c:786: (apr_err=200015)
> > svn: Caught signal
> > Any clue to this?
>
> This sort of question is better asked on the users@subversion.tigris.org
> list. The dev@ list is strictly for development, which this does not
> involve.
>
> When you post there, please include more information about your setup (the
> version of the client, which RA you're using to communicate to the
> repository, and a script of the commands that led up to the point where
> you got the error).

I'm not so sure -- he might be reporting a bug. Vivek, what working
copy tree did you run 'svn list -R' inside? How many files and
subdirectories does it have? How long did you wait before
interrupting?

I just did 'svn ls -R' inside the Subversion trunk tree. It took
longer than I liked (26 seconds), but it did complete successfully.

-Karl

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