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Re: Crash with svn_pool_destroy in update

From: Brandon Ehle <azverkan_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-02-08 02:01:43 CET

Karl Fogel wrote:

>Hmmm. I'm not sure what's going on; hard to imagine that there's a
>bug in apr_pool_destroy() on NT.
Well, I have found one bug with security information querying in Win2K
on Fat32 partitions already elsewhere in apr.

>By the way, what do you mean by "update a ... directory with no .svn
>data"? That should be impossible on any platform, although the error
>should be detected and thrown by Subversion itself. You can only
>update a working copy, i.e., a directory with .svn subdir.
Yes, what I mean is that I don't crash in apr_pool_destroy() when it
doesn't find a working copy to update.

>Maybe DeleteTempPool is trying to destroy a pool that's already been
>destroyed? Hard to know, would need much more information, but I
>(personally) don't have a Windows environment to debug this in
>anyway. Good luck.
I don't believe thats the problem, because it doesn't have any problems
freeing anything in the temp pool except for this one file handle.

>Hi - I can't help you with your query, but I am curious - is it going to
>be an open source GUI app? What platforms?
Yes, Open Source, not sure what license yet, probably will mirror
subversion license using wxWindows and we will be actively testing the
wxWindows for Win32 and wxGTK for Linux ports.


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