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Re: Problems with svn client tools

From: Peter Fastré <peter.fastre_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-15 10:52:42 CEST

On 6/15/06, Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006q2@ryandesign.com> wrote:
> But the point is I do not get a segmentation fault. I am using
> Subversion 1.3.2.

I think svnlook diff command is supposed to give us the differences between
the latest and the previous revision. However, if I pass a specific revision
to compare on the command line, I get the same segmentation fault.
It does have something to do

It would possibly help to know what version of Subversion you're
> using and how you installed it. I probably wouldn't know what to do
> if you answered those questions, other than to say "get Subversion
> 1.3.2" if you're using anything earlier, and "install it again, or in
> a different way." The behavior you're seeing is weird and I don't
> recall seeing anything like that in 18 months on this list, so I
> think something is strangely broken in your setup and perhaps
> installing Subversion in a different way (use a different binary
> package, or build it from source?) would correct the problem.

I built version 1.3.2 from source, as I do with most of my applications:
 $ ./configure --with-swig --with-apxs=/usr/local/apache2/bin/apxs

I have tried recompiling it, removing everything, recompile and install. But
no help here.

The apr/apxs/... are needed by apache, the with-swigs are the python
bindings which are needed by the trac application. Both apache and trac are
working fine.

But there's something really wrong with my setup and I don't know what. I
would do anything to solve it, reinstalling the whole svn-thing, I don't
know. The only option which cannot be considered is reinstalling the
complete machine. Maybe I'm doing something wrong in my build process?


Received on Thu Jun 15 10:54:36 2006

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