I tried that with no luck. I ended up deleting my entire projects folder and rebuilding from scratch thinking about that repro (and getting excited at the possibility that it might finally resolve the dialog issue). It didn't work as I had hoped it would - the cache still crashes.
I'll keep trying the nightly builds and if you need me to test we've got myself and two other developers here using TSVN on Vista RTM bits. We can also provide dumps if that will help.
BTW.. There are a number of free partition tools listed at http://www.thefreecountry.com/utilities/partitioneditors.shtml I have used one or two of them after giving up on the commercial ones for numerous reasons. They work great and the price can't be beat. :)
From: Stefan Küng [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, November 27, 2006 5:08 PM
Colin Bowern wrote:
> TortoiseSVN status cache is crashing under Windows Vista (RTM, Business
> Log Name: Application
> Source: Application Error
> Date: 11/27/2006 10:14:37 AM
> Event ID: 1000
> Task Category: (100)
> Level: Error
> Keywords: Classic
> User: N/A
> Faulting application TSVNCache.exe, version 126.96.36.19932, time stamp
> 0x456a203f, faulting module ntdll.dll, version 6.0.6000.16386, time
> stamp 0x4549bdc9, exception code 0xc00000fd, fault offset 0x0006681f,
> process id 0xd38, application start time 0x01c71236752fbb0a.
> I have been installing the nightly builds for the last week and it has
> persisted through to the latest build - 8132.
> I am able to reproduce by exploring any folder in Windows that was
> previously checked out by TortoiseSVN. If I view a folder that is
> checked out with this build and then go back to view the older folders
> it seems to work. I'm still trying this out from time to time to see if
> there is consistency in my assertion.
Does that mean it only crashes if you browse a working copy which was
checked out with a previous version? Or even on Win XP?
If that's the case, then please install the svn command line client and
do (repeatedly) an:
svn st -v -N
on those folders.
I think it could be because Vista has stronger right limits on folders
and files, and Subversion may not be able to cleanly access all the files.
I've finally downloaded Vista and repartitioned my harddrive to make
room for it (hint to all: ALWAYS run chkdsk /f before resizing/moving
partitions - if you don't, you'll end up with a screwed partition).
But I wasn't able to install it yet (have yet to find a way to repair my
screwed up partition and save as much data as I can). I think I'll get
to it tomorrow, and then I'll try to reproduce the problem.
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Received on Mon Nov 27 23:22:21 2006