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Re: Four failing tests on trunk with ra_serf.

From: Julian Foad <julianfoad_at_btopenworld.com>
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2008 11:33:11 +0000

On Wed, 2008-11-12 at 17:22 -0500, Karl Fogel wrote:
> I just ran the tests (FSFS only) over all RA layers, using today's
> head of Subversion (r34160) and Apache HTTPD 2.2.9. All layers
> passed, except for ra_serf (also today's head, r1202), which had four
> failing tests:
> FAIL: commit_tests.py 28: commit deletion of out-of-date file or dir

This one gets a '404 Not Found' which looks like it ought to be at least
wrapped by an 'out of date' error message.

> FAIL: update_tests.py 47: tree conflicts on update 1.2
> FAIL: switch_tests.py 32: tree conflicts on switch 1.2

These two fail an assertion in recent tree-conflicts code.

> FAIL: tree_conflict_tests.py 2: up/sw file: del/rpl/mv onto modify

This one's an 'abort'.

As three of these are tree-conflict tests, and the other is in the same
sort of area, I had that much of a look at the test log. The fact that
it all works with Neon says to me that these are all bugs in (RA-)Serf.
Whilst Serf is no doubt heading to be a good thing, I have to be
selective in what I pay attention to, and Serf is off my radar. I just
assume that its client-visible behaviour should match Neon's in almost
every respect, and where it doesn't that's a bug in (RA-)Serf, so I
don't intend to investigate these further myself. However, if somebody
wants to investigate and wants help in understanding or checking the
tree-conflicts aspect of it, I would be glad to help.

I just wanted to say this to give other folks a chance to check we're
"on the same page".

- Julian

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