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commit failed due to "Unexpected end of svndiff input" - what do I do?

From: Jonathan Coles <jcoles0727_at_rogers.com>
Date: 2007-01-04 15:31:21 CET

When I try to commit new files to an existing repository,
I get "Unexpected end of svndiff input". What does this
mean? The files are new. No diff operation is needed.

Is there some kind of cleanup or validate operation I can
perform at client or server to fix this? A repository that
refuses to commit files with no clear remedy for the user
becomes, well, unusable.

Garrett Rooney wrote:
> On 8/8/06, Jonathan Coles <jcoles0727@rogers.com> wrote:
>> The problem turned out to be a bad antivirus/antispam tool
>> on the PC. It might still be useful to get an explanation of
>> the error message to understand what the problem looked like
>> to SVN.
>
> If Subversion is returning an error like that it's because it's
> getting data that makes no sense. It's kind of hard to tell the
> difference between "wow, this data makes no sense" and "wow, this data
> makes no sense cause some brain dead antivirus program is screwing it
> up".
>
> -garrett
>

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