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Re: svn ci aborts when crossing root directory

From: Hans Salvisberg <svn.dev_at_salvisberg.com>
Date: 2007-01-11 00:43:55 CET

David Glasser wrote:
> Fortunately this issue is purely in the client, so you should be able
> to build trunk svn and test it using the svn that it builds without
> installing it. Check out trunk from
> http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk; run autogen.sh and configure
> and make, then try your command with subversion/svn/svn.

Wow, I love the ease of the remote checkout! You have to see it to believe it! :-)

make failed initially because it wants to run libtool from the cwd rather than /usr/lib. autogen.sh told me it needed a newer apr, so I copied the apr and apr-util directories from subversion-deps-1.4.2, and (presumably) ./configure copied libtool to the apr directory, which allowed building apr with an absolute path to libtool in apr, but the first command after

   ------ completed all in apr-util

failed with

   /bin/sh: /usr/local/src/svn.trunk/trunk/libtool: No such file or directory
   make: *** [subversion/libsvn_delta/cancel.lo] Error 127

Copying libtool there allowed make to run successfully.

The issue seems to be fixed, which is great!

The 1.4.2 client stopped with "Aborted" before opening the editor, and the dev client proceeds to opening the editor just fine. I canceled the check-in to be on the safe side, but I'd love to use the new client asap, of course. Would you say it's safe to run it locally on a 1.4.2 installation?

Thanks a lot!
Hans

P.S. Is there a way to tell svn to always put the full paths (from the root of the WC) into the log messages? If not, then I'd love to have that feature...

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