|Title:||Problem in checkin (evident on cygwin)|
|Last Modified:||2011-01-04 17:50:56|
|Version Found In:||[ff2a87103bf1]|
After hitting a situation when, after setting the text message of the commit 'fossil' looked hanged at 100% of cpu, procmon showed that it was trying to open files with a name that looked like all files in the manifest in a row. gdb luckily helped us distinguish the point of trouble.
I'll attach a patch that solves the situation but I don't know if the patch has undesired side effects, because I have not tried to understand deeply the code around.
It is about a blob that should be always 'trimmed' before appending. And the 'trimming' is inside an if() branch that our commit looks like not traversing. But I don't know why not, if it should, or whatever. The case is that it does not go through the branch. So, I put the append out.
anonymous added on 2011-01-04 15:51:52 UTC:
anonymous claiming to be viric added on 2011-01-04 16:12:52 UTC:
So, delta commits + exe permissions should be broken unless this patch is applied, in any unix-like system.
- against_massive_append.patch [download] added by anonymous on 2011-01-04 15:51:10. [details]