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Apparent bug: svn client I/O problems under cygwin terminal

From: Sean Cier <scier_at_PostHorizon.com>
Date: 2004-01-07 20:58:42 CET

I'm running the svn client (0.35.1) under Windows XP w/ Cygwin. Mostly runs
fine, except for I/O problems when a prompt is printed to the console and a
reply expected. For instance, doing a "svn commit", and giving no log
message results in svn printing the following (as expected):

   Log message unchanged or not specified
   a)bort, c)ontinue, e)dit

However, no matter what I enter as a response, svn sits there. Similar
behaviour with username/password prompts, etc.

Tried with both a version of cygwin more than a year out-of-date as well as
an up-to-the-minute version; same result. Windows terminal or rxvt, bash or
tcsh, same problem. Works fine through the Windows command prompt.

One note -- my copy of Cygwin is set up to use UNIX-style linefeeds rather
than CRLF combinations (the default, I believe, though I could be wrong), so
one longshot guess is that the way svn's reading from the terminal is
resulting in it not getting a CRLF as it expects.

Any ideas?


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