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Re: crash reports

From: Stefan Kueng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 27 May 2014 21:01:53 +0200

On 27.05.2014 20:56, Branko Čibej wrote:
> On 27.05.2014 20:23, Stefan Kueng wrote:
>> Hi,
>> There are several crash reports sent for TortoiseSVN that I can't
>> figure out. I've analyzed multiple dumps from those reports but I'm
>> not successful in finding the root cause.
>> I *think* it's because the crashes happen due to wrong pool handling,
>> i.e. pools are destroyed but then used again, and that makes it
>> impossible (for me at least) to find the problem.
>> Maybe one of you guys can analyze the crash dumps and find out what's
>> going on here?
>> https://www.crash-server.com/AppVersion.aspx?ClientID=tsvn&AppVersionID=364
> Can you put these somewhere that doesn't require a login? E.g., send a
> text summary to the PMC list? (FWIW, even with the required login,
> you're making the crash dumps public ... hardly good security?)

You can only download the dumps with the login. So the dumps which can
contain private data are *not* public.
A stack trace hardly contains private data, and only those are visible

I've sent the login info so you can get the dumps to the private list
before, but I can send them to you privately.


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Received on 2014-05-27 21:02:26 CEST

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