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RE: RE: Re: Tortoise Crashing when proxy not configured properly - not able to change it either

From: Gleason, Todd <tgleason_at_impac.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2008 09:24:49 -0700


Interesting. I'm still baffled that your dump file was useless to
Stefan though.


This probably seems obvious, but just to check: is the release mode of
TortoiseSVN compiled with full debug symbols in PDBs, and then these
same PDBs loaded when you open a dump file?


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chadwick, Steve [mailto:steve.chadwick_at_intel.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 15, 2008 7:08 AM
> To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
> Subject: RE: Re: Tortoise Crashing when proxy not configured properly
> not able to change it either
> Stefan,
> I read your email and spent the morning working on my system -
> that
> you were on the right track... I first verified the download. I
> figure out if things matched up - mixed message - so I attached the
> capture.... However, I did find the issue below, based on your email.
> For the record - you are 100% correct and my sincere apologies for the
> time
> I have taken from this team of experts. I found that my computer was
> doing
> something that was quite interesting/irritating... I will share this
> the group - as embarrassing as it is - so it might be captured going
> forward
> - I am sure it will come up again....
> On the new HP laptops - those with fingerprint sensors... They have a
> credentials manager [you see where this is going...]. Anyways, this
> credential manager runs in the background and helps you... It turns
> that this is where the registry credentials were being stored by the
> manager... So, when I opened up the proxy server it said "I know how
> fill out this form..." and it did so without asking. Then it
> the
> form and closed the window. The registry was then loaded since the
> was
> loaded and closed with values... This of course made for an endless
> that prevents the user from interacting with the form to clear the
> credential... Once I killed the entry in the HP credential manager
> everything worked as expected.
> Again, thank you for all of your help and my sincere apologies. I
> that
> the one positive item that comes out of this is that this is behavior
> captured and when someone else with an HP does a whoops, this comes to
> mind... Again, thank you.
> Sincerely,
> Steve Chadwick

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