Re: svnlook_tests.py 12 failing on trunk and 1.6.x over ra_serf and ra_neon
What? I thought svnlook was purely a server-side tool. What does the
RA layer have to do with it?
On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 21:34, Paul Burba <ptburba_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> As I mentioned in IRC earlier this week, svnlook_tests.py 12 was
> failing for me on Windows over ra_neon and ra_serf (svnlook_tests.py
> 11 on the 1.6.x branch).
> The test failed when the python pre-commit hook failed to write the
> output of 'svnlook -t' to a temporary file. Thing is, breaking a
> debug mid-way through the tests' commit so the transaction file was
> still present, and running svnlook from the command line worked fine.
> Heck, even running the hook script from the command line worked.
> At first I thought that only a release build of Apache was
> susceptible; running the tests again a debug version of httpd.exe
> worked fine. Somewhat belatedly I tried running against a manually
> started release build of httpd.exe and damn if it didn't work too.
> So it seems something is amiss with my Apache InstallBin target,
> though what I'm not yet sure (and honestly won't be spending any more
> time trying to figure out unless someone else has the same problem).
> Anyhow, I mention all of this because for me it would have blocked
> 1.6.11, but all is good now.
Received on 2010-04-09 06:15:35 CEST
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