On 04.08.2009 15:57, Holger Grund wrote:
> I’m a developer with the Visual C++ Libraries team and looking into a
> couple of error reports we get from explorer crashes. I have a few of
> them that seem to result from an invalid _/SECURE/_SCL iterator
> operation within tortoisesvn.dll (probably a
> std::map<,std::string>::const_iterator::operator++). These are with the
> 1.62 version. Now I can’t hand out the minidumps, but I’d be happy to
> report the actual problem to this list if I could get hold of the debug
> symbols matching the 1.62 tortoisesvn.dll.
> Alternatively, if the is a similar version with a good PDB, I could try
> to use that, too. I looked at the nightly builds but it seems the PDB
> there’s doesn’t have any type info. Is there a better place to get
> symbols from?
Unfortunately, I don't have the debug symbols anymore due to a harddrive
crash (RAID0, yes I know it's stupid - I'm now using RAID1 so this
shouldn't happen again).
You could use the nightly builds. Could you tell me which setting in
VS2008 is responsible for getting type info into the pdb? I already have
the debug info enabled under Linker->Debugging->Generate Debug Info and
Linker->Debugging->Generate Program Database File, but apparently that's
I could then change those settings and trigger a nightly build manually
so you could get a version with those pdb files in about three hours
(time it takes for the whole build) - a little bit more if you need the
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Received on 2009-08-04 16:13:18 CEST