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Re: 1.7.3 next week-ish?

From: Philip Martin <philip.martin_at_wandisco.com>
Date: Mon, 06 Feb 2012 17:13:22 +0000

"C. Michael Pilato" <cmpilato_at_collab.net> writes:

> On 02/06/2012 11:48 AM, Philip Martin wrote:
>> So that's the file D/H/psi, on Linux it looks like:
>>
>> Node-path: trunk/D/H/psi
>> Node-kind: file
>> Node-action: add
>> Prop-delta: true
>> Prop-content-length: 10
>> Text-delta: true
>> Text-content-length: 34
>> Text-content-md5: e81f8f68ba50e749c200cb3c9ce5d2b1
>> Content-length: 44
>>
>> PROPS-END
>> SVN^@^@^@^X^A^X<98>This is the file 'psi'.
>>
>> while on Windows it looks like:
>>
>> Node-path: trunk/D/H/psi
>> Node-kind: file
>> Node-action: add
>> Prop-delta: true
>> Prop-content-length: 10
>> Content-length: 10
>>
>> PROPS-END
>>
>>
>> Text-delta: true
>> Text-content-length: 34
>> Text-content-md5: e81f8f68ba50e749c200cb3c9ce5d2b1
>> Content-length: 34
>>
>> SVN^@^@^@^X^A^X<98>This is the file 'psi'.
>
> Uh... t'ain't right. "Text-delta: true" would appear as the first header in
> a new header block, hence the reported error of "Unrecognized record type in
> stream".

Windows has the same text and properties content, but Windows dumps the
property content early in a 10 byte block with 34 bytes of text
later. Linux puts both properties and text into a 44 byte block.

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