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Re: log command error

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-05-27 03:15:29 CEST

On May 26, 2005, at 3:02 PM, Mike W wrote:

> I'm just ramping up on CruiseControl and would like to
> initiate builds when changes are made in our
> subversion repository. Cruise control generates the
> following to poll the repository.
>
> svn log --non-interactive --xml -v -r
> {2005-05-26T12:18:31Z}:{2005-05-26T19:48:32Z}
>
> This generates an error in CruiseControl and when I
> execute directly via the command line outside of
> CruiseControl. If I add single quotes around the
> dates, like below, it works just fine, and returns the
> appropriate xml.
>
> svn log --no
> n-interactive --xml -v -r
> '{2005-05-26T12:18:31Z}:{2005-05-26T19:48:32Z}'
> ---------------------------------------------------------

It's probably your shell trying to interpret the curly braces. By
placing the whole argument in quotes, it reaches the svn program
unscathed.

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