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Windows signal handler and Control-C

From: Mike Mason <mgm_at_thoughtworks.net>
Date: 2004-01-16 15:24:34 CET

Someone, recently, posted a patch to reinstall the Control-C signal
handler after setting the "stop working" flag inside the Subversion
client, because we suspected that a ^C ^C sequence on Windows caused the
process to terminate immediately.

Unfortunately I can't find the patch, but here's the behaviour I'm
seeing on an unpatched 0.35.1, with a large working copy.

svn status -u
^C
(disk activity continues)
^C
(dialog box, with instruction blah referencing memory blah which could
not be "read")
(click ok on dialog box)
svn status
(everything looks okay)

So the previous behaviour I'd seen of leaving my working copy in a state
requiring "svn cleanup" didn't happen this time, but some kind of out of
bounds memory access occurred on the second Control-C.

Cheers,
Mike.

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