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Re: Subversion Commit Bug

From: Simon Scott <simon_scott_at_jdv.com>
Date: 2007-08-24 05:47:33 CEST

On Thu, 2007-08-23 at 22:44 -0500, Aaron Axelsen wrote:
> I am using the command line client, and tonight I tried to commit the
> following:
> svn commit -m "got event type into the user page somehow, its a miracle!"
> The result is: -su: !": event not found
> Can anyone else confirm this? Seems like it could be fixed by escaping
> the ! since this works correctly:
> svn commit -m "got event type into the user page somehow, its a miracle\!"

That is more to do with bash command line expansion than subversion. The
'!' character has special meaning in bash and other shells.


simon@simon-laptop:~$ echo "!"
bash: !: event not found
simon@simon-laptop:~$ echo '!'

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