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Re: svn-push crashes (under cygwin)

From: <Mathias.Weinert_at_gfa-net.de>
Date: 2005-05-17 09:29:17 CEST

Hi Max,

Thank you very much for your very quick answer and your help! Now it

Can you tell me if it would be possible do make a pogram like svn-push do
the commit in the target repository with history information such as one
file being a rename or a copy of another file?


Max Bowsher writes:
> Mathias Weinert wrote:
> > Hi there,
> >
> > I am trying to run svn-push for several hours now but I always get
> > segmentation faults or assertions. I built svn-push with revision
> > from branches/1.2.x after building subversion itself ('make' and then
> > 'make
> > svn-push') (I did this using cygwin). The build seems to be okay but
> > call to svn-push leads to a crash. This happens if I use svn:// as
well as
> > if I use file://.
> >
> > Is there anyone who made svn-push run? Perhaps even with cygwin?
> > I would be happy if I could get a clue what to do to make svn-push
> Thanks for the report, I've discovered a bug in svn-push.c.
> Change the NULL parameter in the ra_src->do_diff() call to an empty
> i.e. "" .
> I'll commit that now.
> As you have experienced, "contrib" code is not thoughroughly tested or
> maintained.
> Max.
Received on Tue May 17 09:30:09 2005

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