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Re: Bug report - double-quotes in comment text appear to be interpreted as subversion commands

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Tue, 6 May 2008 09:01:56 +0100

2008/5/6 Nick Argall <nicka_at_zedmed.com.au>:
> Hello Subversion folks,
> The comment I tried to put against my revision was this:
> Added "NOT FOR RELEASE" screamers if FOR_RELEASE is not defined.
> This produced a Subversion commit error, telling me 'FOR not expected'. I
> took a guess at what might be happening and replaced my comment with
> Added 'NOT FOR RELEASE' screamers if FOR_RELEASE is not defined.
> And all was well.
> I assume that not everybody out there is as clever as I am, so it might be
> good for TortoiseSVN to scan comment text for " characters and throw up a
> more meaningful error message if they are present. (It's possible that
> there are other reserved characters to be wary of, but I don't know what
> they are.)

Works for me. Do you have a pre-commit hook installed on the server
which might be causing this?


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