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Re: how to disable the code injection

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-09 17:50:50 CEST

Florent Ouchet wrote:
> Hi all,
> I had problems running programs on a computer where TortoiseSVN is
> installed (errors at startup).
> Uninstalling TSVN solved these errors but I really need TSVN to work.
> Process Explorer from Sysinternals shows that the TortoiseSVN.dll
> library is loaded for all processes, is there a way to prevent the
> library to be implicitly loaded?

Ok, first: it's not a code injection! TSVN is not a virus or spyware.
Second: TSVN is not loaded for all processes but only UI applications
that use the windows file-open/save dialogs or apps that load other
shell parts.

Also, you haven't told us which applications give you errors on startup,
and what those errors are. Without that kind of information, we can't
really help you - we don't have working crystal balls we could ask.


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Received on Mon Oct 9 17:52:03 2006

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