Sorry for the bump but, does anyone have any clue regarding the above?
I'm still stumped and it's a major roadblock to us adopting
reviewboard at the moment.
On Jan 25, 2:02 pm, Andrew Murray <scko...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok, after a further look through the logged debug info from the
> aforementioned command I see the following:
> , '+ </target>\n', '+\n', '+</project>\n', '\\ No newline at end of
> file\n', 'Index: RMS/branches/ORs/OR11088_sil/Web_Server/rtmakehelp/
> original_documents/ug_037_airp_tr4_w2k3. doc\n',
> \n', 'Binary files RMS/branches/ORs/OR11088_sil/Web_Server/rtmakehelp/
> original_documents/ug_037_airp_tr 4_w2k3.doc\t(revision 0) and RMS/
> ug_037_airp_tr4_w2k3.doc\t(revision 4067) differ\n', "svn: 'diff'
> returned 2\n"]
> It looks like diff has identified a difference between two binary
> files (Word .doc files) and has errored out at this stage. Is there
> any way around this, perhaps some option(s) I can specify to ignore
> binaries or something similar?
> On Jan 23, 11:03 am, Andrew Murray <scko...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Brilliant, ok I've used the --debug flag and I can see that there is a
> > message:
> > svn diff --diff-cmd=diff svn://rtsvn1/firstplanit/@3919
> > svn://rtsvn1/firstplanit/@4067
> > Failed to execute command: ['svn', 'diff', '--diff-cmd=diff', 'svn://
> > rtsvn1/firstplanit/@3919', 'svn://rtsvn1/firstplanit/@4067']
> > Funny thing is that the diff appears to be generated, hence the reams
> > of code coming out on the terminal. I've also tried this command in
> > isolation and it appears to succeed - giving me reams of code again
> > (the diff contents), so that at least verifies that subversion is
> > installed and that svn can be called?
> > Given that my repository is svn://rtsvn1/firstplanit and the branch is
> > svn://rtsvn1/firstplanit/RMS/branches/Dev/batch_job_screen, are the
> > above arguments to the svn command correct?
> > Cheers,
> > Andy
> > On Jan 21, 5:01 am, Christian Hammond <chip...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Hi Andrew,
> > > I'd need to see the full debug output to have any real idea of what's
> > > happening. You can pass --debug to get this.
> > > Christian
> > > On Jan 19, 2012, at 1:46, Andrew Murray <scko...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > Hi All,
> > > > I'm having problems understanding exactly how post-review should work
> > > > as all attemtpts I make to use it don't seem to work as I expect.
> > > > I have an ubuntu 11.10 x64 server on which I'm running the review
> > > > board website via apache, I have path.to.reviewboardwebsite in the
> > > > below command in the host file and I'm using subversion - the checkout
> > > > doesn't exist on the server, instead I'm providing the repo url and
> > > > the branch url in the command below.
> > > > This is the command I'm issuing.
> > > > post-review --summary="summary" --description="description" --
> > > > repository-url=svn://somerepourl --server=http://
> > > > path.to.reviewboardwebsite --username=somebody --password=password --
> > > > target-people=andrewmurray --branch=svn://branch/url --revision-
> > > > range=3919:4067 --publish
> > > > I don't get any errors or feedback from the terminal, instead I get a
> > > > massive ream of what looks like code being echoed to the terminal
> > > > (potentially the output of a diff operation?) and it eventually stops.
> > > > I don't know if it's of any use but the last thing echoed is "svn:
> > > > 'diff' returned 2\n"] At this point, due to no errors I'm assuming
> > > > that it has created the new review request and that when I browse to
> > > > the review board website I'll see the new review request. However,
> > > > there are no review requests listed at all.
> > > > Does anyone have any idea what the problem could be and how I might
> > > > fix it?
> > > > Many thanks,
> > > > Andy
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