> Since all my Win64 boxes got VS.NET2005 installed, I cannot reproduce
> missing DLLs. It would be very helpful if someone could use Depends.EXE
I have also VS.NET2005 installed (and MSVS 2003.net and MSVS 6.0)so I
can't help you there.
> to check what TortoiseProc.exe is missing. You may even start it
> directly from the command line and hope Windows will report what DLL
> is missing.
Unfortunately I get an error which isn't really usefull:"C:\Program
Files\TSVN64\bin64\TortoiseProc.exe This application has failed to start
because the application configuration is incorrect. Reinstalling the
application may fix this problem."
> For instance, is there a dgbhelp.dll on your system?
I've searched my program & OS Disk for it, but I can't find it.
> Its 32 bit variant is shipped with TSVN32 but it claims to be part
> of Windows - so I didn't include it into the ZIP file.
Maybe that could solve some things?
> Also, try to start TortoiseBlame.EXE and TortoiseMerge.EXE directly.
> This might help to narrow the range of potentially missing files.
Unfortunately some other disappointing errors: "TortoiseBlame can't be
started directly!" and "C:\Program Files\TSVN64\bin64\TortoiseMerge.exe
This application has failed to start because the application
configuration is incorrect. Reinstalling the application may fix this
> Is TSVNCache.EXE running as a 64 bit process (see the process list
> in your TaskManager)?
The name is shown without the *32 appendix, so I assume it is now 64 bit.
> As a workaround (haven't tried that one yet), remove the 64 bit EXE
> and add the folder with the 32 bit variant to your path. This might
> work since the Explorer-plugin just calls the EXE via command line
> and hence, program lookup rules should apply.
Adding the path to the bin(32-bit?) folder in 'C:\Program Files\TSVN64\'
does not work, tomorrow I will try it for the real 32-bit application in
'C:\Program Files (x86)\..\'
> O.k. I will test whether 32 bit and 64 bit variants should work
> simultaneously (the registry reflector may be a problem here).
That should be perfect! But I can imagine we should be satisfied with
only the 64-bit version.
> Thank you for your feedback!
> I am convinced that we will get TSVN running with 64 bits.
I hope you see anything usefull. I will try some other things.
To unsubscribe, e-mail: email@example.com
For additional commands, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Received on Mon Sep 5 17:25:56 2005