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[TSVN] TSVN install causes Drag Drop operations to crash.

From: Fernandes, Filipe (Bolton) <ffernandes_at_husky.ca>
Date: 2005-04-21 17:31:42 CEST

Concerning TSVN 1.2.0 (nightly build 3074)



I've been testing out TSVN (nightly builds) and have been really impressed
with the product.


However, lately I've noticed that during simple drag drop operations using
explorer (doesn't have to be with a Working Copy, any directory will do), it
seems to crash explorer.


I've successfully been able to Cut & Paste using explorer many times, but
some drag and drop operations are unsuccessful (only some of the time) and
it simply returns the message that a memory address could not be written to.
The picture provided with this e-mail is somewhat redundant.


At first I thought it was simply my machine, but it's been confirmed on
other machines running Windows 2003 (with and without SP1). I've been
unable to reproduce the crash on Windows XP but haven't thoroughly tested
this either.




To reproduce the crash.....


Simply create a folder on desktop and continually drag and drop files and
folders into the new folder until the crash happens (it's not consistent).
Right-Click then dragging the files to select copy instead of move will do
the same.




I know this is vague, I'll be happy to try out any suggestions on how to
reproduce the crash with more info returned.


Filipe Fernandes


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