I'd like to file a bug report, but apparently I'm meant to find someone
else who agrees that it's a bug first. Is there anyone who can test
1) Have Windows XP.
2) Install Python 2.5
3) Install SVN 1.5.5
4) Install Python bindings -- svn-python-1.5.5.win32-py2.5.exe
5) Get the SVN 1.5.5 source code, and extract the "geturl.py" script
from the examples directory.
6) Run the "geturl.py" script, passing in a path of a working copy
directory. Confirm that a URL is printed.
7) Run the "geturl.py" script, passing in a path of a file in a working
copy. Confirm that an exception is generated.
This happens to me, at least for working copies with an "https://..."
Can anyone else confirm or deny this?
Craig McQueen wrote:
> Hello all,
> I recently wanted to use the Python bindings to get a file's SVN URL.
> I found the geturl.py example in the SVN 1.5.5 source distribution. It
> ran nicely on my Linux PC with SVN 1.4.4 and Python 2.5. However, it
> didn't work properly on my Windows XP machine with SVN 1.5.5 and
> Python 2.5.
> If I run geturl.py with a directory name as an argument, then it
> returns the directory's SVN URL as expected. But, if I give it a
> filename as an argument, it gives a traceback:
> Fle "C:\...\geturl.py", line 22, in main
> print entry.url
> AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'url'
> On further examination, the svn.we.entry() function on the previous
> line is returning None.
> Any ideas on what's going on here? I'm baffled.
> Craig McQueen
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Received on 2009-02-17 14:41:02 CET