svn --version

Corinna Vinschen
Thu May 24 09:27:00 GMT 2012

On May 24 09:06, Denis Excoffier wrote:
> Hello,
> With the new subversion (1.7.5) and the last
> snapshot (20120523 21:51:34), the command 'svn --version' produces
> segmentation fault, with no svn.exe.stackdump produced:
> % /usr/bin/svn --version
> Segmentation fault
> %

I just installed the latest subversion 1.7.5 and I can not reproduce
this crash.  svn --version prints the version information just fine with
the latest snapshot DLL.  I made sure I was really using the snapshot DLL,
not my local debug version.

> % /usr/bin/env -i TZ=Europe/Monaco /usr/bin/date
> Thu May 24 09:01:14 CEST 2012
> % /usr/bin/env -i TZ=Europe/Monaco /usr/bin/strace /usr/bin/date >! /dev/null
>    8773 [main] date 3248 D:\Home\dexcoff1\dexcoff1\cyg12c\bin\date.exe: *** fatal error - internal error reading the windows environment - too many environment variables?
>   10625 [main] date 3248 open_stackdumpfile: Dumping stack trace to date.exe.stackdump

That's a crash of some sorts while trying to convert the Windows
environment to the Cygwin POSIX environment.  Again, I can't reproduce
this one with the latest snapshot and the latest 1.7.15 strace.

For a start, please send your cygcheck -svr info.  Did you try to see
if manual rebaseing helps?


Corinna Vinschen                  Please, send mails regarding Cygwin to
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