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segmentation fault in python bindings

From: Thomas Delaet <thomas_at_delaet.org>
Date: 2006-09-03 15:27:32 CEST

Hi all,

Before creating a ticket, I would like to check if I did not do
something stupid. The following snippet of code gives me a
segmentation fault on my Ubuntu 6.06 system (subversion version 1.3.1


import svn.repos
import svn.core

pool = svn.core.svn_pool_create(None)

fs_config = { "fs-type": "fsfs" }
#fs_config = None

i = 0

index = {}

while i < 99:
        print i
        index[str(i)] = svn.repos.svn_repos_create("test" +
        i += 1


The output of this code snippet is:

Segmentation fault

When I set fs_config to None, it works perfectly. Thing is that I need
to create a fsfs type repository.

I tried re-arranging the apr and pool commands, assigning the
repository pointer to the same variable (only one repository is
created in this case) and just executing the create command without
assigning the result to a variable.

Anyone got a clue?

Tnx in advance,

Kind Regards,

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Received on Sun Sep 3 15:28:05 2006

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