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Re: svn info --xml truncated

From: Konstantin Kolinko <knst.kolinko_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 24 May 2012 02:20:24 +0400

2012/5/23 Tom DeMay <demay.tom_at_gmail.com>:
> I'm running svn client 1.7.4 on our build machine (Windows Server 2008 R2)
> I'm using Cruise Control running as a service that runs nant to build.
> during the build I need to execute svn info --xml command.
> Intermittently the results are truncated. But it seems to happen with one of
> our products that we check out from SVN more than any of our other products.
> I have been unable to reproduce this at will and have been unable to
> reproduce it at all when running from the command line.  However, it does
> occur very frequently when running from our cruise control service.
> I've been focusing all my attention on NAnt or Cruise Control as being the
> issue. I've tried various tests to make sure the svn process isn't being
> killed or terminated unexpectedly.  But I see no signs of that happening.
> I've debugged nant and it clearly shows NAnt waiting for the process to
> terminate completely and makes sure there is no data left on the stream
> before closing the stream and and makes sure the process has been fully
> terminated before moving on.
> Any suggestions on next steps?

Do you read both stdout and stderr? Nothing is printed to stderr?

It is known issue that XML output can be truncated when an error happens.

Do you execute "svn info" on a working copy path, or on an URL?

Best regards,
Konstantin Kolinko
Received on 2012-05-24 00:20:57 CEST

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