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Re: Possible Problem with JavaHL in 1.3.0 RC2

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-11-02 02:37:22 CET

> And the stack trace indicates that the crash is probably occurring in
> the checkout() method of org_tigris_subversion_javahl_SVNClient.cpp or
> (more likely) SVNClient.cpp, or -- likely native -- code which they
> call.

I was doing a checkout for the log I sent, but commit crashes too I just
didn't send that log. Now that I know there is some potentially useful
info I can send more to see if that reveals anything.

> MSVC can indeed produce a link map (/MAP or /MAP:filename to the
> linker.)
> It can also produce mixed assembly/source files (/FAs to
> compiler.)
> If you are building in the GUI (using DSP files), go to
> project / settings / C++ tab / Listing Category.
> The link map is on the Link tab, General Category,
> "Generate mapfile"

I will give this a try tomorrow. I built with MSVC 6 for this test. Do I,
or should I, build this in debug mode? What do I do with the map file?

I think I might build on Ubuntu tomorrow as well just to see if I get the
problem there as well.

It seems weird that the test suite would not have a problem. About the
only things I can think of that are different are that Subclipse uses the
PromptUserPassword3 interface and also does a lot more with the Notify2.
However, both of those would be involved in ls and status and they both



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