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RE: Commit problem using nightly

From: Hans-Emil Skogh <Hans-Emil.Skogh_at_tritech.se>
Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2011 09:28:12 +0000

>>>> I tried to commit a single file in a working copy using the latest
>>>> nightly. (WC on a network share, repo via svn://.) Thi s ended up
>>>> hanging the committing TortoiseProc.exe instance, somewhere around
>>>> "sending data", with 100% processor usage.
> Did it first fail with last Wednesday's build or already before that?

I tried

Both failed in the same way.

> I observed a similar issue with last Friday's nightly.
> In *that* build, the diff was broken in some cases
> (e.g. generating certain uni-diffs between log entries).

How did this manifest itself? Failed commits or successful commits of broken data?

> The code spun over a short sequence of machine
> instructions that were r/o, i.e. the that loop would
> never be exited.

Could be the same thing that I saw. Sounds just like it.

> From the looks of it, this seems to
> be a compiler bug - possibly caused by the "doubly"
> concurrent build of the sln. I kind of remember to
> have seen some post about that somewhere but
> could not find it again.

:-/ Any idea on how to avoid it?



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