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Re: Tortoise SVN stops working

From: Hans-Werner Dietz <hans-werner.dietz_at_dbt.de>
Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2011 08:23:01 +0100

Am 11.03.2011 16:37, schrieb Stefan Küng:
> On 11.03.2011 15:52, Hans-Werner Dietz wrote:
>> Am 11.03.2011 13:34, schrieb Simon Large:
>>> On 11 March 2011 11:25, Hans-Werner Dietz<hans-werner.dietz_at_dbt.de> wrote:
>>>> Hello
>>>> I have a strange Problem: After working long time without any problems,
>>>> TortoiseSVN does no longer start. In system log, I get a strange error
>>>> message:
>>>> Fehler 11.03.2011 11:44:00 SideBySide 33 Keine
>>>> Fehler beim Generieren des Aktivierungskontextes für "C:\Program
>>>> Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\intl3_tsvn.dll". Die abhängige Assemblierung
>>>> "Microsoft.VC90.CRT,processorArchitecture="x86",publicKeyToken="1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b",type="win32",version="9.0.30411.0""
>>>> konnte nicht gefunden werden. Verwenden Sie für eine detaillierte
>>>> Diagnose das Programm "sxstrace.exe".
>>> Maybe this thread will help
>>> http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/ds/viewMessage.do?dsForumId=757&dsMessageId=2685561
>>> Simon
>> Thanks,
>> Unfortunetly it does not help. Updates are already done and reinstalling
>> vc_redist also does not help (Visual Studio 2008 SP1 was already
>> installed on my PC)
>> But maybe "updates" gives a hint. I can see the first of these strange
>> messages in event log yesterday morning when I used SubWVREV first time
>> after windows update pushed updates onto my system. So SubWCREv does not
>> work correkt yesterday but it looks like Menus and ICons from
>> TortoiseSVN works until I shutdown the PC and reboot it today.
>> Unfortunetly my PC was the only one of 4 identical PCs in my group where
>> Tortoise does not survive the windows updates (or whatever killed
>> TortoiseSVN) and up to now I don't see the point which makes the
>> difference to the other PCs.
>> any other ideas???
> Try a complete uninstall of TSVN, then install it again (after rebooting).
> Stefan
Unfortunetly, that was one of the first things I tried before I ask in
this list.

The strange thing is I have a lot of other programs which are compiled
with Visual C++ 2008 SP1. All of them are native programs, some of them
are using static linking to CRT(of course these cannot make problems)
other programs are using dynamically linked against CRT. Up to now none
of them creates an error message like Tortoise do. I never before have
the problem, that a program can not find the CRT-Library. But my
knowledge about Micosofts manifests entries and theeir dependencies of
different library versions are limited.

best regards
Hans-Werner Dietz


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