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Weird crash during commit

From: <James.Booze_at_k12.sd.us>
Date: 2007-08-10 16:27:15 CEST

Hey all!
I'm running nightly build 10335 and am having problems with the commit
dialog crashing while trying to commit. It's also happened with the
previous nightly builds I've tried.

Effectively, I have a bunch of files that I've modified, and a couple
I've created via a Copy and Rename within the same folder as the
original files. However, I don't want to commit the files I copied, so I
uncheck them in the list (the attached image shows how the files are
checked/unchecked). I try to commit and I get a TortoiseProc.exe runtime
error and application error dialog boxes.

If I commit everything shown without unchecking the two added/copied
files (e.g. using the default selection), it will commit ok. If I leave
the added/copied files checked but uncheck one of the modified files, it
still crashes.

I haven't been able to duplicate the crash with a basic dummy
repository, but I haven't tried duplicating the entire directory
structure in my tests yet. I ran TSVN through a Fiddler2 proxy and
didn't see any traffic going to the repository by the time it crashes
(everything else shows up as normal).

I've had weird commit crashes off and on for a little while, but it
usually (but not consistently) occurred when trying to commit after
right-click adding files in the commit dialog. Committing again
afterwards always worked, and I can't consistently duplicate it. And
it's with different working copies, not just the same one time and time

Let me know what, if any, additional information I can gather that would
help track this down.


James Booze

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Received on Fri Aug 10 16:25:22 2007

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