Paul R wrote:
> Hi Stefan,
> SK> I'm not using 1.5.6 but the latest nightly build: 'mark as resolved'
> SK> works just fine for me.
> SK> I right-click on the file, and choose "mark as resolved" from the
> SK> explorer tsvn submenu.
> SK> From where did you start the 'mark as resolved' action?
> I'm doing exactly that. I think I should state again that this happens
> *only with bitmap files*. This does not happen with other binary
> contents I tried, not even with the same file in .JPG ! This, really, is
> local to the .bmp mime type.
> Also, I'm now almost convinced the error message does not come from tsvn
> but from Windows, because the error message is in french (the language
> of Windows XP) while I've set tsvn to english. Still, the message is
> shown by tsvn, in red, in a list, in a window named "Resolve -
> TortoiseSVN failed!".
That means that the OS threw the error back to TSVN. That's why it is in
your OS language.
> I should also say that unfortunatly I don't know anything about Windows.
> I have tried the same process with the CLI on Gnu/Linux and it worked as
> This must be a corner case, but I don't know what to do. If you think
> you can help and it is worth it, please do. Otherwise, I guess I'll have
> to tell my customers not to check-in bitmaps files ;)
Since this only happens for you (tried now several times, yes, with bmp
files) and only with bmp files, I suspect some virus scanner
interferring - maybe the scanner does something with bmps that it
doesn't with other file types.
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Received on 2009-01-12 18:37:33 CET