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Problem when committing via JavaHL

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-12-13 22:41:43 CET

I just discovered a bug when committing via JavaHL. It is possible that
this is the problem that some of you were having and reported this week.
The problem only happens when you do not enter a commit message. We are
passing a null to JavaHL and it apparently does not like it. You do not
get any messages in the console that would let you know there was a
problem, you just do not see the commit finish.

I do not know if this is a new problem in JavaHL or if we made a change
that caused us to start giving a null instead of any empty string.
Regardless, it was an easy fix to just convert the null to an empty string
before calling the commit method.

JavaSVN did not have the problem.

Anyway, perhaps this might help some of you that were having a problem
committing. Just enter a message.


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Received on Wed Dec 14 08:41:43 2005

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