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Re: [TSVN] Weird behaviour with TSVN 1.2.0

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-04-20 16:26:11 CEST

Lübbe Onken wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> I'm running TortoiseSVN 1.2.0, Build 3070, UNICODE on WinXP SP2.
> Today I got the following message several times when I tried to access a
> repository with TortoiseSVN. One upon a commit, once upon show log, once
> upon checkout.
> Roughly translated: "An application requests access to a protected object"
> (See screenshots).
> Sometimes the description is in chinese, sometimes in english.

What does the description say when it's in english?

> When I click on "OK" or "Cancel" TortoiseSVN proceeds as if nothing has
> happened. Afterwards I don't get the message again until I reboot my PC or
> go to lunch or whatever. To me this looks like there is an issue with the
> cache communication / initialisation, since the message only shows up with
> my first access to a repository:
> 1) after a reboot or (first cache access)
> 2) when I leave mc PC alone for a while (cache completely invalidated?)

The second screenshot indicates that the application trying to access
the "protected object" is TortoiseProc, not the cache.

Please download the Subversion client 1.2RC1 and try e.g. 'svn st -u' on
your working copy, or an 'svn log'.
My guess is that the "protected object" is the (now encrypted) auth
cache of Subversion. TSVN had it's own encrypted auth cache, but
Subversion 1.2 introduced its own encryption now so I got rid of our own
and use now the one Subversion provides.


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Received on Wed Apr 20 16:42:27 2005

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