So I was testing the post commit feature with SVN and it appears there is a 
bug if any of the committed revisions include deleting a file.

For example, I get the following on a revision that is deleting a file:

Failed to execute command: ['svn', 'info', 
'/tools/TestHarness/lib/ojdbc14.jar']
["svn: warning: W155010: The node 
'/home/test/trunk/tools/TestHarness/lib/ojdbc14.jar' was not found.\n", 
'\n', "svn: E200009: Could not display info for all targets because some 
targets don't exist\n"]

So post-review is trying to do an "svn info" on a deleted file and it will 
obviously get that the target doesn't exist.  I would guess the path should 
be to the remote file and include the revision number (i.e. 
svn+ssh://<repository>/<file_path>@<revision>).

Is there a separate place to file bugs for post-review, or do I just file 
them under review board?

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