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Re: Deleting trouble

From: Lübbe Onken <l.onken_at_rac.de>
Date: 2003-12-16 09:28:25 CET

D.J. Heap wrote:

> Is TSVN using a long-lived context/pool or is this an even nastier leak
> that is not being freed even on pool cleanup?
I hope Stefan can jump in here to give the answer. I tell you what I
know. TortoiseSVN is an explorer shell extension and it stays in memory
as long as the explorer process lives. So if any handles are leaked they
will still be there. TSVN is using the Subversion libs, so I don't know,
if TSVN has a chance to tell whether handles are leaked.

> Presumably it is not
> reproducible with the commandline client?
No, it's not. I tried logging the "svn st -v" file open/close events
using sysinternals file Monitor and posted them here, because I thougt i
might have found something.
I will now log the corresponding sequence when I hit F5 in windows
explorer and try to pinpoint the action that fails. Maybe there's some
oversight in SVN, since it only fails, if the WC to be deleted is modified.


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