Step to reproduce the problem:
/ The newest source code (bsoft1_4_0.tgz) is freely available at
I can send you, Ryan, the oldest source code (bsoft1_3_0.tgz) by email
//Perl script downloaded from:
/svn, version 1.1.4 (r13838)/
*Step one*, create the repository:
/svnadmin create repo-bsoft
/*Step two*, first import:
/svn import --no-auto-props -m "Initial import bsoft 1.3.0" bsoft
/*Step three*, create a tag directory:/
svn mkdir -m "Tags to store different versions of bsoft"
svn copy //-m "Tag bsoft 1.3.0"
/*Step four*, use svn_load_dirs.pl:
/ chmod +x svn_load_dirs.pl
./svn_load_dirs.pl -t tag/1.4.0 file:///home/esanzgar/repo-bsoft
Can't exec "@SVN_BINDIR@/svn": No such file or directory at
./svn_load_dirs.pl line 1504, <STDIN> line 1.
changed line 26: my $svn = '/usr/bin/svn';
install URI module: cpan> install URI
// ./svn_load_dirs.pl -t tag/1.4.0 file:///home/esanzgar/repo-bsoft
/ Running /usr/bin/svn propget svn:eol-style bdist@BASE
./svn_load_dirs.pl: /usr/bin/svn propget svn:eol-style bdist@BASE
failed with this output:
*svn: 'bdist@BASE' is not under version control*
Press return to quit and clean up svn working directory:
Cleaning up /tmp/svn_load_dirs_oTeYypHZ7A
(in cleanup) Can't return to
/tmp/svn_load_dirs_oTeYypHZ7A (No such file or directory) at
./svn_load_dirs.pl line 2036
/Thank you very much./
Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Apr 28, 2007, at 00:43, Eduardo Sanz-Garcia wrote:
>> I am running svn_load_dirs.pl, and I am getting the following error:
>> Running /usr/bin/svn propget svn:eol-style bmake@BASE
>> /usr/bin/svn_load_dirs.pl: /usr/bin/svn propget svn:eol-style
>> bmake@BASE failed with this output:
>> svn: 'bmake@BASE' is not under version control
>> I am certain that the file bmake is under version control.
>> How can I avoid this problem?
> Can you provide more information? I have used svn_load_dirs.pl with a
> few projects for years and haven't had this problem.
> Could you show us the command you used to load this in? And could you
> describe what is already in the repository location you're loading
> into? (i.e., "I imported the initial version successfully with svn
> import, and now svn_load_dirs.pl is failing the first time I've tried
> it," or "I've used svn_load_dirs.pl 20 times already and now on the
> 21st time it's failing.")
> If this is a freely-available archive you're loading in, can you tell
> us where to get it so we can try it out?
> If the archive is not freely available, can you construct a simple
> test case that reproduces the problem out of parts that are freely
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Received on Sun Apr 29 04:40:00 2007