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Re: SVN broken since the newest version

From: Sjors Gielen <dazjorz_at_dazjorz.com>
Date: Mon, 5 Jul 2010 16:18:46 +0300

Op 5 jul 2010, om 16:01 heeft Stefan Sperling het volgende geschreven:

> Subversion developers are running the test suite on MacOSX before
> release. And we don't release with failing tests.

I know this is a local problem on my machine, I already drew that conclusion, however...

> This is very likely a problem with the APR library, because it is
> used to do i/o. If Subversion cannot even read dirents, I'm wondering
> why any of the regression tests pass for you at all (maybe it works
> half the time?).
> I'd like to help you figure out what the problem is.
> For starters, let's find out what APR your Subversion binary runs with.
> Please post the output of:
> ldd `which svn`

It was actually a problem with the APR library, but it was quite weird. After I recompiled the exact same version of the APR library -including packaging revision, so *no* changes to the one I had-, installed that version, then recompiled SVN and ran the test case, it worked fine. At least, I'm at 42/71 and there are no errors yet. Maybe it has to do with APR not being updated for a long time, so I compiled SVN with another compiler version than APR, or something like that.

Either way, test suite succeeds after recompilation of APR then SVN. I'll update the bug report. Thanks!

Received on 2010-07-05 15:19:33 CEST

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