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Re: crash with the

From: Alan Wood <Alan.Wood_at_clear.net.nz>
Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2011 22:44:52 +1200

Hi Stefan,
 A bit more tracing tonight, The crash is inside nview.dll ( Version 6.14.10.12081 ) which is
part of a nvidea windows manager. The only connection I can see with Tsvn is that is also
has an explorer context menu
.
 I have attached a minidump file if you are interested.
 This may just be a bug on the nvidia side.

Cheers
Alan Wood

After updating to the latest nvidea driver recommended by my laptop manufacturer (
6.14.11.7930 )

On 25 Jul 2011 at 12:37, Fuhrmann Stefan (ETAS/ESA1) wrote:

> 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-1.6.99.21710-dev-win32-svn-1.7.0-
> > 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
> (r21710).
>
> > 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-1.6.99.21665-dev-win32-svn-1.7.0-dev.msi for some time.
>
> Thanks for the report.
>
> -- Stefan^2.
>
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