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svn lock returns null for username

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-05-02 20:21:55 CEST

sussman asked me on IRC to post this over here.

I did a custom build of the 1.2.x branch today from r14551 which was HEAD
at the time. I did the build on Win32 and there were a few custom bits,
although I do not think they are relevant here.

VS .NET 2003
OpenSSL is linked static

With that out of the way ... I ran into an odd problem when running svn
lock via http:// to a Win32 server using brane's RC2 binaries (only the
client is custom).

Basically, svn lock foo returns the message

'foo' locked by user 'null'.

The server does challenge me for a username and password and that username
shows up on the server log. svn info WC and svn info URL both do not show
the lock owner field but do show the lock token and date.

svn:// works fine.

I think the problem might be in r14543 on the 1.2.x branch. It looks like
there was code added to libsvn_ra_dav/session.c to implement svn info
URL:// I think this problem might be a side effect of that change. Only
because the diff of that revision seems to have a fair amount of code
related to the lock owner.



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