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Re: crash with incomplete url

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2006-05-22 22:30:52 CEST

On 5/21/06, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> Had some time to go through all the crashreports I got for TSVN:
> If a valid (but not very usable, I admit) url is passed to some (or
> all?) Subversion API's, it will crash.
> Unfortunately, I can't reproduce this with the CL client, I guess it's
> because it parses the URL first for peg revisions and that function
> errors out for such urls. But the API should error out too if it can't
> do anything with the url - most other clients don't have the pegrev
> syntax as the CL client and therefore don't use that checking function.
> For example, passing "svn+ssh:" as the URL to svn_client_ls() will crash
> in svn_path_uri_decode(), because the path is NULL. That's because in
> the outer function find_tunnel_agent(), the hostinfo string is NULL
> (which is of course correct, because there is no hostinfo in that url).
> This applies to Subversion 1.3.1, the 1.4.x branch and trunk.

There's an interesting question here. We generally require that
arguments passed to our functions be valid, and if they aren't we tend
to die quickly and brutally. For example, if you pass non-cannonical
paths to a svn function you're likely to hit an assert rather quickly.
 Are URLs like this considered valid or not?


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