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Bug: Crash on commit with large dir structure

From: David Mytton <david_at_olate.co.uk>
Date: 2005-10-29 14:14:56 CEST


I have recently upgraded to the latest version of Tortoise SVN - and I'm now experiencing a crash whenever I try and commit
changes to my respository, but only on one of our projects.

I am using Tortoise SVN on Windows XP Professional x64 Edition through
32 bit explorer - i.e. launched via the shortcut
%windir%\syswow64\Explorer.exe /separate. This has worked fine in the past.

What I did:
Tried to commit changes within my working copy. These changes were
adding several hundred new files within a large, deep directory
structure. We have the trunk files which we are working on, and I
attempted to commit a copy of these from two past releases. i.e.

/releases/1.1.0/almost replica of trunk here
/releases/1.2.0/almost replica of trunk here
/trunk files here

What I wanted to happen:
I wanted it to find the new files and then allow me to commit them

What actually happened:
The commit window appeared and it seemed to be scanning the directories,
then the Report Crash window appeared, and it generated the attached
zip. I have already sent it to crashreports@tortoisesvn.tigris.org once
(at 12:53 GMT+1 today). I rebooted my PC and tried again. The same error
ocurred, which is attached to this message. After closing the report
error window, a memory error appeared:

TortoiseProc.exe - The exception unknown software exception
(0xc00000005) occurred in the application at location 0x007521b2.

This crash only happens with this project/directory structure. Another
project I have checkedout commits fine - it has a much shallower
directory structure.

I am not subscribed to this list so could you please CC me any responses
to this. Thanks.

David Mytton

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Received on Sat Oct 29 14:29:37 2005

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