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RE: Python Bindings under Windows (ViewCvS on windows)

From: Andy Buchanan <Andy.Buchanan_at_artworks.co.uk>
Date: 2003-08-20 15:32:44 CEST

See Below:

-----Original Message-----
From: Russell Yanofsky [mailto:rey4@columbia.edu]
Sent: 18 August 2003 15:42
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Python Bindings under Windows (ViewCvS on windows)

Andy Buchanan wrote:
> I followed these instructions and everything seemed okay at first (my
> previous attempt was trying to use ActiveState Python and the .cgi
> binding)
> Alas, although the directory listings work fine, any attempt to
> get file info crashes mod_python. In case it was the external tools,
> I tried with both RCS and CVSNT configured. Always the same error:

>Does it crash when showing file info from CVS repositories? These external
>tools are not used with subversion repositories.

Yes, that's the crash

> From Apache Log:
> [Wed Aug 13 11:36:31 2003] [notice] Parent: child process exited with
> status 3221225477 -- Restarting.
> [That's C0000005 in hex, which of course is out x86 friend "Access
> Violation"]
> No python traces or additional error logging appears to be generated.
> Since I can't think of anything else to try at the moment, I'm going
> to have another go at running it as a normal cgi script.

>Make sure you have show_changed_paths = 0 in viewcvs.conf? Having this
>option enabled with an old version of the bindings will cause an access

This helps (no crashing now). Though it's not working quite right - e.g.
viewing diffs doesn't show anything.

I was using the v0.25 svn with the v0.25 bindings. Was this mismatched?

Thanks for the tip.

Andy Buchanan
Computer Artworks

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