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Stefan Sperling wrote:
> Sorry, this got lost.
> I've just tested your patch. It changes output -- svn info shows
> absolute paths instead of relative paths. This in itself is not
> a huge problem, we know that it happens as part of the wc-ng transition,
> and we may have to figure out a way to make absolute paths relative
> for command line client output if possible.
> But the problem is that the changed output breaks tests.
> I've only tested info_tests with your patch, and info tests 2 and 3
> are failing. Please run all tests and make sure they pass before sending
> patches. If you cannot get a test to pass, mention this in your patch
> submission and ask for help. It's important to run *all* tests on a
> patch, because breakage sometimes shows up in unexpected places. This
> is quite time consuming but necessary.
Thank you for the comments Stefan. I could see the info tests 2 and 3
fail, as the path returned is an absolute one. Should we make a
transition again to relative paths for the output?
Thanks & Regards,
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Received on 2009-11-06 08:31:10 CET