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Re: Problems with tortoise SVN 1.5.3 (newest)

From: firstlor <firstlor_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2008 13:11:50 -0700 (PDT)

> Are you volunteering? Patches are always welcome.
no since I'm unable to ... :(

> I could only reproduce this by not unplugging the network but by
> creating a shortcut to a share I don't have read access to.
> If I unplug the network, Windows returns immediately from the file
> access APIs without any delay. So I would assume that you also have a
> problem with your drivers: either they try to reconnect or don't tell
> Windows properly that no network is available.
don't know but thought that you could reproduce it and so I thought it
would have a big priority ... but now I understand it hasn't :/ :/ ...

> Also, why do you right-click on those shortcuts if your network is down?
> You can't do anything with those anyway.
By chance ...

On 8 Sep., 18:39, Stefan Küng <tortoise..._at_gmail.com> wrote:
> firstlor wrote:
> > Sorry, but I'm now retrying to get your attention to this problem. I
> > know that it's not too good to bump a subject, but this is an very
> > very enervous bug for me and makes me have to disable TSVN even though
> > I really love it ...
>
> > I tried to use real shares instead of administrative ones but that
> > doesn't work either so please, put your attention to this problem and
> > let's try to fix it ...!
>
> Are you volunteering? Patches are always welcome.
>
> > I think there are many users that work with
> > TSVN and also have networked shortcuts that sometimes (when cable is
> > unplugged) do not exist ...
>
> Hmm - let's do a little investigation:
> * TSVN is in use by I'd say thousands of users
> * TSVN exists for more than four years
> * you're the very first one to report such issues
> --> I really wouldn't say that "many users" have the same problem.
>
> I could only reproduce this by not unplugging the network but by
> creating a shortcut to a share I don't have read access to.
> If I unplug the network, Windows returns immediately from the file
> access APIs without any delay. So I would assume that you also have a
> problem with your drivers: either they try to reconnect or don't tell
> Windows properly that no network is available.
>
> Also, why do you right-click on those shortcuts if your network is down?
> You can't do anything with those anyway.
>
> Honestly, that issue has a very low priority for me.
>
> Stefan
>
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