It looks like I have to apologise as I didn't read the instructions as
well as I thought
I missed this bit:
You'll need to edit the .REG file, by adding another
"Implemented Categories" entry that looks like this:
I'm not very good with COM so I assumed the current Implemented
Categories there was enough.
I can now add the example plugin to TortoiseSVN although (and maybe I
missed another bit of documentation) I don't see a new "Choose issue"
button in my Commit form. Is there any additional setting I need to
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Johann Moro [mailto:jmoro_at_latentzero.com]
> Sent: 21 October 2009 13:58
> To: dev_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
> Subject: New Issue Tracker for TortoiseSVN
> Hello, I would like to implement my own C# TortoiseSVN issue tracker
> for our Defect Tracking application.
> In order to do this, I took the first phase of compiling the example
> provided in the tortoisesvn repository:
> But it looks like I'm failing at the first hurdle. I believe that I
> have followed the instructions correctly
> ssue-tracker-plugins/issue-tracker-plugins.txt) but I must have missed
> Here is what I did:
> - I checked out the C# sample solution.
> - I checked out the Interop.BugTraqProvider.dll
> - I changed the solution to refer to where this dll points to.
> - I compiled (successfully) and generated a ExampleCsPlugin.dll
> - I used the following command to create ExampleCsPlugin.reg
> RegAsm bin\Debug\ExampleCsPlugin.dll
> /codebase /regfile:ExampleCsPlugin.reg
> - I ran ExampleCsPlugin.reg and it told me the registration was
> At this stage I would expect to be able to see the new issue tracker
> TortoiseSVN when I click Add under Settings/Hook Scripts/Issue Track
> But instead I get the popup saying that "There are no issue-tracker
> providers available".
> I checked in the registry and it seems this dll is registered.
> Note that I have not changed any code at all. I have just tried to
> register the default sample before I start implementing my own code.
> I have also rebooted my PC after the registration (just in case)
> I am using Visual Studio 2008 Version 9.0.21022.8 RTM and .NET
> Framework Version 3.5.
> I am using TortoiseSVN 1.6.5, Build 16974 - 32 Bit
> Any idea as to what I have missed would be very welcome.
> Also, is there an easy way to unregister everything about this dll?
> like to retry the registration from scratch (yes I'd try anything by
> now ;o))
> Thanks for your help
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