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RE: Commit problem using nightly

From: Hans-Emil Skogh <Hans-Emil.Skogh_at_tritech.se>
Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2011 07:56:15 +0000

>> I tried to commit a single file in a working copy using the latest
>> nightly. (WC on a network share, repo via svn://.) This ended up hanging
>> the committing TortoiseProc.exe instance, somewhere around “sending
>> data”, with 100% processor usage.
>> Then I tried committing the file with the (nightly-build-provided)
>> command line client. It succeeded.
> Thanks for the dump file. The stacktrace showed it was inside
> libsvn_delta\diff.c trying to gather the diff to send. No idea why this
> would hang with TSVN but succeed with the command line client. That
> doesn't really make any sense to me.

It has happened for two separate files now. Both in the same WC. Both pretty ordinary source files except they are having the svn:eol-style set to LF. No idea what could be the cause...

> When you commit from the CL client, are you using absolute paths?

No. I entered the directory in the wc where the file is located and entered something like:
C:\Some\Path\svn.exe ci -m "Informative message" myfile.ext



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