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Re: svn commit with error/exit/return code 134

From: Robert Wenner <robert.wenner_at_atsec.com>
Date: 2006-08-16 04:03:31 CEST

On Monday 14 August 2006 07:10, Luca Masini wrote:
> Still I'm curious about the error code 134.
> Where is documented the exit status of the svn command?

Sorry, my crystal ball is in the other pants and you didn't say on which
OS and shell you're on, so I am just guessing here.

From man bash:
        The return value of a simple command is its exit status, or 128+n if
        the command is terminated by signal n.

134 - 128 = 6

~> kill -l 6:

From info SIGABRT:
     This signal indicates an error detected by the program itself and
     reported by calling `abort'.

So, I'd assume that something inside Subversion went wrong and they pulled
the emergency break. You'd probably have to go through the source to find
out the details (look for calls to abort).



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