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Re: SVN::Client Problems with $ctx->commit()

From: Simon Lascelles <lists_at_lascelles.org.uk>
Date: 2004-04-21 15:20:44 CEST

I've had no responses to the mail (below) posted a couple of days
ago... is this the right list for this question? Is there a better one?

WhoAmI     : Simon Lascelles, Eurotherm
Email      : simon(dot)lascelles(at)eurotherm(dot)co(dot)uk
Disclaimer : all opinions expressed are my own
Simon Lascelles wrote:
> I'm using the Perl module SVN::Client to query and publish to a 
> subversion repository. I've successfully managed to cat", "log", "ls", 
> "add" and "update", but I'm having problems performing a commit.  The 
> commit succeeds, but I can't read the returned data.
> The commit call is as follows:
>    $commits = $ctx->commit($repo,0);
> The documentation says that this should return a 
> svn_client_commit_info_t object, which should contain revision, date and 
> author details.
> Sadly if I try to treat the returned value as an array, as follows:
>    foreach $key (@$commits) {
>       print $key;
>    }
> The system errors:
>    "Not an array reference..."
> If I try to treat the returned value as a hash, as follows:
>    while(($property, $value) = each(%$commits)) {
>      print $property, "\t", $value, "\n";
>    }
> The system returns:
>    "Not a HASH reference..."
> For all the other calls I've tried, treating the returned values as 
> above has worked.
> Has anyone had any success in "parsing" the return from this call?
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Received on Wed Apr 21 15:22:35 2004

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