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Re: I am also having trouble with overlays and nightly builds

From: Robert Roessler <robertr_at_rftp.com>
Date: Sun, 06 Jan 2008 13:37:44 -0800

Stefan Küng wrote:
> ...
> Stefan^2 is working on that.

Is there any chance of activating a Stefan^3 unit? :)

> As I mentioned in another mail:
> the shell loads the handlers in order they were installed. Due to the
> change in the handler names, the TSVN handlers are now installed last
> and don't get an empty slot anymore. Before (even if you were just
> updating) you had TSVN installed first and it was loaded first. And
> since TSVN is 'nice' and only uses a few of its slots if too many
> handlers are registered, that worked fine. Since TCVS doesn't do that
> and uses all the slots it gets, no matter how many other handlers are
> installed, TSVN now doesn't get its slots anymore.
> I've changed the names of the new handlers now to at least make sure
> that the 'normal' handler gets loaded first and not the 'added' one (the
> shell loads the handlers in names order if they were installed at the
> same time, which of course is always the case for the handlers of one
> single application: all the registry entries are created at the same time).

In terms of overlay "survival mode", I would assume the preferred
ordering would start with Normal, Modified, Added, Deleted... this would
match statistical incidence in my simple use of [T]SVN, anyway.

Robert Roessler

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