Again a quick intro: I'm a Debian developer who is helping out with the
subversion packages. This bug was reported recently, and I thought I'd
forward it here for your thoughts:
On Tue, 29 Mar 2005, Vincent Lefevre <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> When I do a "svn diff" in a directory where a symbolic link has been
> added, Subversion does a diff on this link, even when the file pointed
> to is a binary file. The consequence is that these binary data are
> sent to the terminal (in my case, xterm). This had two very bad side
> 1) The terminal was trashed (I had to do a "reset").
> 2) A part of the data was sent to the printer! I suppose that some
> escape sequence was interpreted as a request for printing.
> Note: I posted a message about this problem to the Subversion dev
> mailing-list on 25 Mar 2005, but I haven't got any reply yet.
(Well, sorry if it's a repeat--I'm subscribed to this list, but I don't
remember any discussion about this issue.)
Wesley J. Landaker <email@example.com>
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Received on Fri Jun 10 02:16:07 2005
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