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Re: BUG: svn enters unkillable state, tracked down to UTF conv in locale!=C

From: Denis Vlasenko <vda.linux_at_googlemail.com>
Date: 2006-07-04 15:53:17 CEST

On Tuesday 04 July 2006 15:41, Malcolm Rowe wrote:
> > This is it. I am using stock svn-1.3.2 source, apr/CHANGES starts with:
> > Changes with APR 0.9.7
> > ...
> >
> > This means that APR version is 0.9.7. Am I toast? ;)
> Well, yes and no :-)
> In theory, it should be fairly easy to switch to an alternate APR version,
> but I'm not sure exactly what steps you need to follow having started
> with a release tarball. Possibly replace the 'apr' and 'apr-util'
> directories and re-run autogen.sh, though I can't promise that will work.

I'll wait for newer svn, then. Not a great problem.

The few non-closed questions remain:

* why does svn go to such great efforts to generate error string
  (utf-8 conversion, oh my) just to discard it later?
* why utf-8 conversion enters infinite loop on garbage input?
  Isn't it a bug?
* why I don't see my own mails from the ml? ;)

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