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Re: Bug: commit uses 100 % CPU

From: Ulf Zibis <Ulf.Zibis_at_gmx.de>
Date: Fri, 11 Sep 2009 18:23:14 +0200

Thanks Stefan,

maybe following link would be interesting too:

Beneath several cleanup yesterday I several times too tried "Update"
(Not sure, if from NetBeans IDE using Collabnet's SVN client or by TSVN,
but IDE has no cleanup menu), but it didn't help either. Maybe IDE
blocked the update, or instantly reverted the BASE, as it was open at
that time.
Today I did TSVN Update once more on the corrupted working copy, and,
surprisingly, it "repaired" the BASE, so MS1252.java state is now 790
(against 783 before) and now the diff is ok.
I can send you the old state in ZIP of the folder, where MS1252.java is
in, if that would help on debugging.

Am 11.09.2009 17:51, Stefan Küng schrieb:
> Maybe some virus scanner which thought the file was dangerous and
> emptied it for you to make it 'safe' again?

I more guess, this was result of crash on NetBeans IDE.

> 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.

I guess that too. :-)

Happy hacking,



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