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The untimely death of TSVNCache

From: Robert Roessler <robertr_at_rftp.com>
Date: 2007-03-05 23:27:29 CET

Today I was doing my usual uninstall old SeaMonkey trunk, install new
SeaMonkey trunk routine, and I noticed a zero-length TSVNCache.dmp
file in my XP SP2 system's temp dir.

I have never seen one of these before, and it surprises me, since I
wasn't starting or stopping any copies of Windows Explorer (or my
system itself). Timing-wise (from the timestamps), this appeared to
happen after the old SM went away and just before the installation of
the new one. A new TSVNCache proc was apparently started 1 second
after the timestamp on the dump file.

I am running TSVN 1.4.3, and I don't typically have any of the
TSVNCache weirdness sometimes experienced by others, BTW.

Robert Roessler

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