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Re: Bug: commit uses 100 % CPU

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 11 Sep 2009 17:51:06 +0200

On 10.09.2009 23:12, Ulf Zibis wrote:
> Am 10.09.2009 22:56, Stefan Küng schrieb:
>> Does the dialog come to the part where the files to commit are shown?
> Yes, it comes up showing the files.

Checking the logs you sent me, I can see that the file MS1252.java seems
to be the problem. The log indicates that the BASE file (the one in
.svn\text-base) is completely empty. I don't think that's correct and I
suspect your working copy is corrupted.

Maybe some virus scanner which thought the file was dangerous and
emptied it for you to make it 'safe' again?

But of course, that shouldn't make the commit dialog use all your CPU -
I'll check the code and see what I can do about that.


P.S. Just saw your other mail "Bug? corrupted workspace -> cleanup
doesn't help". In that post you also mention the file MS1252.java and
the diff shows clearly that the BASE file is empty, so my conclusion
from analyzing your log was correct.

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