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Re: svn cat works only with files < 50 KB with svn 1.1.3/win2000

From: Branko Čibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2005-02-25 23:11:47 CET

Stefan Kisdaroczi wrote:

> Hi all,
> svn cat gives the following error:
> F:\>svn cat file:///f:/svn/test/trunk/inc/file.inc
> svn: Can't write to stream: Für diesen Befehl ist nicht genügend
> Speicher verfügbar. ( For this command is not enough memory available. )
> If I cat a file from the same directory lesser then 50 KB, it works.
> I have 64MB real memory free, and about 420 MB virtual free memory.
> I installed svn-1.1.3-setup.exe under win2000.
> Any hints ?

ISTR Windows has a 64k limit on (redirected?) output size in the command
line. I can't find the relevant reference, though. I thought we had an
issue open about this, but can't find that, either...

-- Brane

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