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[TSVN] TortoiseSVN causing stack overflow

From: Russell Lang <gsview_at_ghostgum.com.au>
Date: 2005-03-06 09:09:08 CET


GSview was using a small stack (65536) on the main thread, which has
been sufficient until now. A user reported that GSview would crash
when TortoiseSVN was installed, and I found this occurred when you
tried to access a directory which was checked out from SVN.
Increasing the stack space in GSview to 0.25M made the problem go
away. I'm guessing that TortoiseSVN is storing a large amount of
data on the stack, hence causing this problem.

Russell Lang gsview@ghostgum.com.au
Ghostgum Software Pty Ltd http://www.ghostgum.com.au/

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