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Re: How many are using recent nightly builds?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 07 Mar 2011 22:00:05 +0100

On 07.03.2011 13:22, Fuhrmann Stefan (ETAS/ESA1) wrote:
> Hans-Emil Skogh wrote:
>> I was wondering how many on the list that are actively
>> using a fairly recent nightly build, and if you are, what
>> operating system you are using.
> Win7 32bit, WinXP 64bit @ office
> WinXP 32 bit @ home
> I'm upgrading to HEAD about once a month.
>> I would like to continue using a nightly build, but currently
>> I'm quite often reverting to the command line client to
>> perform commit/merge actions because of the current
>> problems in the nightlies.
>> I'm I (and perhaps Stefan^2?) the only one(s) experiencing
>> these problems?
> On way to reproduce the issue under Win7 32 bit r20976:
> * show log on $TSVN/trunk/ext/Subversion
> * select r1078187 and r1078357
> * "Show differences as unified diff"
> Waaaaiiiit ...

After a *lot* of builds and testing I removed some optimizations which
we applied recently to the apr and svn builds. Without those, at least
the issue mentioned above is gone, and I would assume all others as well.

Please all of you who experienced the issue when committing, please try
the next nightly build.


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