I also remember a patch for removing BDB's dependency on the client's c
runtime -- it changed libdb40 options (I think) so that it allocated
with it's own routines instead of using client allocation routines, thus
making sure libdb40.dll doesn't depend on the client's c runtime
anymore. At least that was my understanding. I don't remember if it
was applied -- I think Russel Yanofsky was the submitter, although I'm
not sure about that, and I remember Brane commenting on it as well.
> Sorry, forgot to cc to the list (see below):
>>----- Original Message -----
>>From: "Michael Wood" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>>On Fri, Aug 01, 2003 at 10:29:56AM -0000, email@example.com
>>>>+ ------- Additional Comments From firstname.lastname@example.org 2003-08-01
>>03:29 PDT -------
>>>>+ Tried to reproduce this crash. Compiled everything with VS.NET2003
>>>>+ started apache. Then did an import, checkout, commit, log, update.
>>>>+ Everything works. No crash.
>>>>+ Then I remembered that the stacktrace of this issue looks somehow
>>>>+ familiar: the same happened to me some time ago with TortoiseSVN.
>>>>+ So I put the berkeley db dll compiled with VC6 in the PATH, and the
>>>>+ crash occurred...
>>>>+ This means that the crash is due to a wrong dll in the path (VC6
>>>>+ an earlier version of the C-runtime libs as VS.NET and VS.NET2003,
>>>>+ they are incompatible and lead to heap corruption and crashs).
>>>>+ So i guess this issue can be closed?
>>>I thought there was a patch applied a while ago that was supposed to fix
> I have no idea how such a patch should be successful. If the patch doesn't
> remove the use of functions of the c-runtime library completely then it
> won't succeed.
> Also see http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;326922
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