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Re: New apr_stat/apr_dir_read behavior

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2005-12-12 19:57:58 CET

On 12/12/05, D.J. Heap <djheap@gmail.com> wrote:

> It could be an APR problem...maybe it's not supposed to return
> If APR is not going to change, though, then Subversion needs to handle
> APR_INCOMPLETE on the functions that can return it.
> I pursued it a bit further, but found places where deeper problems
> arose (files read/write status getting dropped for one), so I've given
> up on Apache 2.2/APR 1.2.2 and have gone back to Apache 2.0.55/APR
> 0.9.7 and am working fine again.
> I'll bring it up again later when I have some time to work on it, if
> no one else does.

For what it's worth, it doesn't look like the filestat.c and dir.c
code in the win32 part of APR have changed in quite some time, at
least not in any substantial way. I'm quite curious why you're
starting to see the difference now. Perhaps a diff of those files
from 0.9.x and the trunk would help, but I'm hardly the one to
interpret the info since I don't know a whole lot about win32


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