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Commit message length limit?

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-04 16:44:28 CET

I committed a to my repository this morning and discovered that my
commit message didn't get saved with the transaction. The message was
378 characters in length, no linefeeds, no "special" characters -
plain ASCII letters, a couple parens and a few periods.

The log shows no commit message at all. I have a DOS batch file
configured for my pre-commit hook to prevent commits without messages
attached, and it normally works fine.

Server is running 1.2.3 via Apache on Windows 2000, client is TSVN 1.4.1.

Did I hit a limit in the batchfile, in TSVN, or did I botch something
else? I tested a similar scenario on my local repository (originally
created w/ SVN 1.2.3 but now served with SVN 1.4) committing a 320
character log message using the command-line client, and it worked

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Received on Mon Dec 4 16:44:41 2006

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