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How to detect errors from SVN::Client

From: Andrew Melo <andrewm_at_world-of-frags.com>
Date: 2006-11-09 18:01:49 CET

Hey all-

I'm trying to use the perl bindings to (among other things) create some
directories in a repository. However, I don't know how to detect why an
operation fails. I'm trying to commit to a URL, and it fails ( since it
returns an undef ) but, I don't know why it failed, and that would be
useful.

Here's an example:

There is a repos at:
file:///home/amelo/wofpanel/backend/bin/test_data/temp_repos/

and this instruction returns undef:

$svnclient->mkdir(
"file:///home/amelo/wofpanel/backend/bin/test_data/temp_repos/client" )

Is there somewhere else I can look to find error values? It's silently
failing (by using svnlook on the repository). Changing
SVN::Error::handler doesn't do anything either.

thanks-
Andrew

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