On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 12:04:03PM +0200, Dario Niedermann wrote: > The community guide on Subversion's website says it's OK to ask on > dev@ if a report on a possible issue with svn doesn't goes unanswered > on users@. Considering that the only reply I got on users@ was from > someone who completely misread the problem, it seemed to me that the > last-ditch attempt before opening an issue was to report it is dev@.
Thank for you for reading the guide! > Returning to the original topic, and just to be even clearer: this is > about Subversion NOT RUNNING a script because it has a FLAG FOR THE > SHELL in its SHEBANG LINE. Not because I got the path to bash wrong or > because there is some other error in my script (as should be *OBVIOUS* > from my very first email). Communication over email is not guaranteed to be loss-free. Some people will always disagree about what's obvious. That's not a problem in itself. It only becomes a problem if you don't have the patience to deal with it. > I was asking if not running a script under these circumstances is > INTENDED BEHAVIOUR for svn or if it might be a BUG IN SUBVERSION. I suppose this could be fixed, yes, so if you like please open issue. I don't think it's a very important bug to fix though because there is an easy workaround. You should be able to work around this by adding: set -e on the first line of your script.