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Huangsheng Wang wrote:
> Is the using a tmp file during Blame a new mechanism introduced in
> the new version? I don't have the same problem with earlier versions.
> Actually I have already roll backed to the previous 1.4.8 version
> since the "Blame" is a so cool and helpful feature that I constantly
> need it. My virus canner is on, but I tried to restart my machine
> several times and immediately tried the "Blame" without running other
> applications. Also it works for many other source files, some of them
> are also big (~300KB). If the issue was due to a confliction with
> other applications, I think it might always or at least fail more
> frequently. Do you agree?
> For now since I can still use the older version, maybe we can wait to
> see if other users have the similar problem.
I searched the Subversion code for the error message. From what I can
see in the code, this would have to happen every time for a specific
file. Can you confirm that?
When you blame, try changing the default blame options to *not* ignore
eols and whitespaces. In that case, the blame should succeeed.
If you can reproduce the issue with the same file every time (and
ignoring whitespaces/eols), you should report this on the Subversion
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Received on 2008-07-09 18:49:25 CEST