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Re: SWIG Python - memory growing out of bounds

From: David James <djames_at_collab.net>
Date: 2006-01-29 18:32:01 CET

On 29 Jan 2006 14:00:02 +0100, Lars Gullik Bjønnes <larsbj@gullik.net> wrote:
> | Thanks for your bug report! This bug has been fixed in Subversion
> | trunk and the fix should be included with 1.3.1. If you would like to
> | fix your local copy, please see the patch included in the Trac issue:
> | http://projects.edgewall.com/trac/ticket/2620
> Thanks a lot for that. I had already seen your earlier response on
> this list and also on the trac ticket.
> Just to be clear: Is it correct that to test the fix I do not have to
> change anything on the server side (svnserve), it is only on the
> client side the fix has to be applied? (I cannot really make changes
> to the server installation at this time)

This fix is client side only. (The server does not need to be
updated.) Let me know whether it helps!

> | Sorry for the delayed response! In future, please send bug reports to
> | <dev@subversion.tigris.org>. If the bug is regarding the Python
> | bindings you can cc me to bring it to my attention.
> I'll do that.
> Perhaps the language on
> http://subversion.tigris.org/project_issues.html "Issue tracker guidelines" should be
> relaxed a bit?
> After beeing chastised a bit ealier, I was reluctant on approaching
> the dev list directly.

A safe rule is: If you are trying to help Subversion development, send
your mail to dev@. For this reason, bug reports are always welcome on
the dev@ list, especially if the bug report contains all the
information we need to reproduce the bug on our own systems.

We should probably update project_issues.html and bugs.html to note
that detailed bug reports are welcome on the dev@ list. I am often
disappointed to miss important bug reports because they were only sent
to the users@ list, which I do not read as often.



David James -- http://www.cs.toronto.edu/~james
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