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Re: how to disable the code injection

From: Florent Ouchet <ouchet.florent_at_laposte.net>
Date: 2006-10-09 18:28:06 CEST

Stefan Küng a écrit :
> 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.

All apologizes for the confusion.

> 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.

The application is an IDE to write and debug applications for Windows.
It is not free software and I don't have the files required to debug
this application, the exception is an internal error without any other
details (I don't have any crystal ball too :( ).
I really think the problem is not in the TSVN side but the only solution
I have is to disable the support for TSVN. Is there a way to disable a
shell extension for only one application?


Florent Ouchet
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