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Re: [TSVN] Simple TMerge CTRL-C Copy Crash [was Re: Where to Send CrashReports?]

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-12-22 20:14:17 CET

Nathan Kidd wrote:

> The good news (if we can call it good news) is that I found it's very
> easy to reproduce.
> Using the r2178 nightly on W2K SP4:
> 1. Show Log on any directory/file
> 2. Click on any revision and double click one of the files in the bottom
> pane to bring up Tmerge, showing differences.
> 3. Click on any line in the right pane, it will become selected
> 4. Click on the line number column *for that same line*, the line will
> become unselected (e.g. if you initially selected line 1, then click the
> "1" in the line number column)
> 5. Press CTRL-C, Tmerge will crash
> This reproduces reliably for me.

Thanks for the detailed reproduction recipe. Actually, it's even easier
to reproduce:
- Start TortoiseMerge
- In the "Open" dialog, just press "Cancel" without selecting any files
to open
- press Ctrl-C

Fixed in revision 2200.


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