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Re: TSVNCache.exe taking all the available CPUs

From: Flex <flex_at_datecs.bg>
Date: 2006-06-01 10:52:07 CEST

This version does not loop to me, but does not work either, if I force
F5 on some folder I can see 1-2 crawlings on the log window but no icons
shows... nothing.

However I have a 100% working reproduction - a project, the one with the
messagebox, it happens only if I have opened its folder in the explorer
and just build it, tsvncache needs killing then.
I found it happens on some other situations too - closing an eclipse
project I pushed "save" and got 100% from tsvncache. I think it happens
because of files locked/in use while the cache tries to read them?

I have got the trunk and watching it... man, it has hell of a
requirements to build, to debug the cache only do I need all this? By
default I get a missing "arp.h" file which is being generated I guess by
some nant script which will want me to have a dozen of other things
installed right...

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Emmanuel Stapf [ES] wrote:
>>> Please define "good setup for debugging" - do you have VS2005
>>> installed?
>> Yes.
>>> If yes, you could try to build TSVN and then you could step through
>>> the cache process once it starts looping. But other than that, I
>>> don't think it would help. I know *where* it loops, but I don't know
>>> why.
>>> Did you get the TSVNCache.exe I sent you? Does it loop with that
>>> version too?
>> I haven't received it, or haven't received it yet. If it was an exe
>> my mail
>> server might have rejected it.
> Ok, then please get it from here:
> http://mapcar.org/tsvn-snapshots/TSVNCache.exe
> Stefan

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