[TxMt] Subversion bundle problem

Matt Brandt mattb at walkingdog.net
Sat Nov 17 16:54:26 UTC 2007

On Nov 17, 2007, at 3:06 AM, Allan Odgaard wrote:

> On 16 Nov 2007, at 16:50, Matt Brandt wrote:
>> [...]
>> I did the following in the checked out directory:
>>   [...]
>> I get a window full of apparently valid HTML. I copied it into a  
>> file and opened that file in Safari and it rendered with a few  
>> minor glitches. Some of the links didn't work, but I guess that's  
>> to be expected since it is in a different environment than normal.
>> This was with a smaller log (only 1.4MB), but I get the same result  
>> when I try to do a log in TextMate. All of the other commands  
>> (blame, info, etc) seem to work ok though (at least for this file).
> Not sure how to read that. Are you saying you are *not* seeing any  
> errors?

I'm saying that doing the "svn -v --xml log" command then deeding the  
output to the ruby script generates HTML and seems to work, but If I  
do the svn log from inside textmate I get the error.

It seems like this is something other than the ruby xml parser. The  

1.8/rexml/source.rb:226:in `pos': Illegal seek (Errno::ESPIPE) from / 
rexml/source.rb:226:in `current_line' from /System/Library/Frameworks/ 
44:in `line' from /System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework/Versions/ 
1.8/usr/lib/ruby/1.8/rexml/parseexception.rb:28:in `to_s' from / 
30:in `htmlize' from /Applications/TextMate.app/Contents/SharedSupport/ 
`handle_default_exceptions' from /Applications/TextMate.app/Contents/ 

starts with a ESPIPE which, I would think,  indicates that something  
is disconnecting from the other side of a pipe before the parser is  
done. I don't really know enough about the flow of data here though to  


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