This seems like a reasonable thing to do, but what happens if the
repository name also contains double-quotes?
On Fri, 31 Mar 2006, Gavin Band wrote:
> Dear list,
> Sorry if this is the wrong place for this.
> On my linux machine I had to modify line 97 of hot-backup.py from
> infile, outfile, errfile = os.popen3(svnlook + " youngest " + repo_dir)
> infile, outfile, errfile = os.popen3(svnlook + " youngest \"" + repo_dir
> + "\"")
> (should be one line) because the path to my repository contains whitespace.
> An example of the problem:
> $ cd \tmp
> $ mkdir "A Directory"
> $ svnadmin create "A Directory/repos"
> $ hot-backup.py "A Directory/repos" /tmp
> Keeping up to 64 around.
> Beginning hot backup of 'A Directory/repos/'.
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File "/usr/bin/svn-hot-backup", line 105, in ?
> youngest = string.strip(stdout_lines)
> IndexError: list index out of range
Received on Fri Mar 31 20:37:29 2006
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