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Re: Strange Bombing..

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2008 13:37:44 +0100

Jon Hardcastle wrote:
> Hello,
> One of the users of Tortoise SVN here is getting a
> strange problem. They initially noticed when they did
> a checkout of some documents. Tortoise would get not
> very far into it and just bomb leaving a part
> repository that can't be 'cleaned up'.

What do you mean with "bomb"?
Does it crash/segfault or show an error?
If it shows an error, what does the error tell? (please the *exact*
error message).

> He narrowed it down to 1 particular directory,
> containing just 1 word document. Every time an attempt
> is made from his machine to check this out it bombs.
> Works on my machine fine though.

Word documents usually are scanned by virus scanners on-the-fly. I
wouldn't be surprised at all if your virus scanner would interfere with
svn here and cause the problems.


Received on 2008-02-26 16:23:09 CET

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