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Re: Bug: Comparing two Revisions

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-01 22:08:05 CET

GhostGambler wrote:
>> Are you accessing your repository via file:/// and the repository is
>> BDB format? In that case, run 'svnadmin recover' on that repository.
> No, it's FSFS and access is done via svnserve.
> We have run the recover command just a few days before, because the
> repos was broken...
> Furthermore I can't offer access (if it's really neccessary I would have
> to persuade an admin ^^,) but I tried to do the task on revision 1664 to
> 1663, tortoise was crashing, then an admin tried it with the original
> svn client:
> /animexx/html# svn diff --old .@1663 --new .@1664

That depends: did you show the log for a file or a folder. In case of a
file, TSVN does an 'svn cat' on that file for the two revisions, then
starts TortoiseMerge.

But I'm wondering: if TSVN crashes, you should get a crash handler
dialog, with the option to send it directly to us.
If you don't get that dialog but the windows crash dialog, search for
the dump file in %SYSTEMROOT%\Minidump and send that one to
crashreports at tortoisesvn.tigris.org.


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