Re: [PATCH] Remove APR ICONV dependency on Windows (was SVN Win32 Developers -- need some help)
On 7/8/07, Ivan Zhakov <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 7/7/07, D.J. Heap <email@example.com> wrote:
> > On 7/5/07, Ivan Zhakov <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > [snip]
> > > > svn_tests: Reference to non-existent node
> > > > '1.0.tDJ-VM-XP-VS6-02704-1183257584562500-1' in filesystem
> > > > 'test-repo-check-root-revision'
> > > > FAIL: fs-test.exe 26: ensure accurate storage of root node
> > [snip]
> > > I committed my patch and found that these tests fails on your buildbot
> > > slave even with VS2005. But they work on my computer. Could you see
> > > what happens on your buildbot slave?
> > I've spent a few hours trying to debug through this now and haven't
> > found out exactly what is going on. It doesn't happen when I step
> > through the code with a debugger, and it is somewhat sporadic in the
> > debug build anyway. So I've had to put in sleeps, printf traces, etc.
> > to get anywhere and those sometimes stop the failure from happening as
> > well.
> > But in all the failures I've seen, it comes down to a transaction
> > child-node file not being there -- whether it was never created or has
> > been deleted or something, I'm not sure yet. Any ideas or suggestions
> > on where to look or what to look for?
> Is it happens only with 'Debug' build, but doesn't happen with 'Release'?
> May be there are some problems with DLLs? Did you try to build with
> --disable-shared? Another source of problems may be that there are
> different APR libraries installed somewhere.
> Also could you check how is your APR built: Is it built with
> APR_HAS_UNICODE_FS or not?
> Do you have some antivirus software installed?
And of course primary question: Does it work without my patch? Because
these failures can be related to new txn generation code, committed by
Blair in r25430.
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