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RE: crash with the

From: Fuhrmann Stefan (ETAS/ESA1) <Stefan.Fuhrmann_at_etas.com>
Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2011 12:37:04 +0000

Alan Wood wrote:
> Hi have just installed the TortoiseSVN-1.7.0-beta-win32-svn-1.7.0-dev.msi and
> now get a segfault ( see attached screen shot ) any time a command is completed
> ( after OK on the CFM dialog for instance ).

The screenshot basically says that there is no code at the given address.
Looking at the memory map (e.g. via process explorer) confirms that this
is a data section.

Two possible causes come to my mind: stack corruption and a corrupted binary.

> I have changed back to the nightly build TortoiseSVN-
> dev.msi to get a set of debug symbols but then the problem goes away!!!

There have been no code changes between beta (r21709) and the nightly

> This is a Windows XP-32 bit Sp3
> I am a bit limited in what else I can help with as I don't have VS2010 ( only 2008).

Well, in the past, we had massive stability issues during the application
tear-down phase and ascribed them to serf. One thing you might check
even with VS2008 is the thread that crashes. Is it the first one in the
thread list or some other? Usually, they will also report some name.

> One thing I noticed is that the "reboot" prompt is not happending as much
> now with the installs. I have tried rebooting, clearing the cache, but it hasn't helped.

TSVN tries to be smarter now wrt when a reboot is actually required.

> All my working copies are 1.7 format as I have been running
> TortoiseSVN- for some time.

Thanks for the report.

-- Stefan^2.


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