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Re: explaining syntax-check hook-script

From: Marc Lustig <ml_at_marclustig.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Sep 2009 00:47:36 -0700 (PDT)

Marc Lustig wrote:
> problem scenario 2: svnsync operates, but it creates "empty" commit's! i.
> e., all of the revisions are created, but they do not have any content. (I
> am not quite sure if this is related to some encoding problem, thou. It
> might be a compatibility issue between different SVN-versions.)

Let me add something regarding this problem scenario 2.
The reason why I am suspicious that the problem is related to character
encoding is that SOME of our repos could be mirrored using svnsync without
any issues.
Other repos, using the same infrastructure (master instance, slave
instance), are NOT synced properly (content is empty as described above).
So, our educated reason tells us, there must be a certain difference between
those repos which do sync successfully and those which do not.
It could be a permission problem, but I assume that this would be reported
by svnsync.
So the only difference that is left is the content of the repo, right?!
And this strongly suggests an encoding-related issue.

Any input on this matter is appreciated.

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