SVN import from upstream project fails

Asked by Lenz Grimmer on 2009-05-12

Hi there,

thanks a lot for approving the SSL certificate for getting the SVN trunk of the "Gemeinschaft" project imported. The job has been started three times now, but always aborts with a Python error. Could you please take a look at this? Thanks!

https://code.launchpad.net/~vcs-imports/gemeinschaft/trunk

Is there anything wrong with the upstream repository that requires fixing?

Bye,
    LenZ

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Assignee:
Michael Hudson-Doyle Edit question
Last query:
2009-05-16
Last reply:
2009-06-04
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20090514: assigned to Michael 2009-06-03 gary: asking mwhudson to consider closing, or addressing in some other way

Wow, that's a new failure. I filed https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/launchpad-cscvs/+bug/376774 to track this, though I don't realistically know when I'll get time to dig into this further...

Lenz Grimmer (lenzgr) said : #2

Hmm, OK...
Any idea what might be causing this? Is there any info I could provide from the upstream project for you?

Well, cscvs is open source, so you could grab the source, try running the import by hand and debugging the failure, I guess.

It looks like the explosion is around the time svnmerge started to be used, but I can't believe this is the only repo we import where svnmerge is used, so I still have no real idea.

Sorry to be so unhelpful :/

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