Re: TortoiseSVN still hangs when server cannot be contacted (v1.5.7)
On Fri, Jan 30, 2009 at 11:39:31AM +0100, Stefan K??ng wrote:
> John Darrah wrote:
> > Version 1.5.7
> > How to reproduce:
> > Select "Checkout".
> > Pick the upper "[...]" button.
> > Type in bogus server that cannot be contacted (into the browser URL).
> > Wait for error message.
> > Then pick the "OK" button. (the browser window closes)
> > Then note that the upper "[...]" button in Checkout dialog is a white blob.
> > Try something like just moving the Checkout dialog
> > Note that it is not responding.
> > Wait for 20 minutes... still not responding.
> > Kill Checkout dialog.
> > This was in 1.5.6 too. (reported on 12/24/08)
> > I would expect that the OK button would not be available in the browser
> > if the server connect fails.
> Not reproducible, sorry.
> Also, checking the code:
> * there's nothing different between you clicking "OK" or "Cancel" in the
> repo browser that could cause this
> * when clicking OK, the only thing different than clicking "Cancel" is
> that the url shown in the repo browser is inserted into the edit box of
> the checkout dialog - that's ALL.
In addition to my last post, I just noticed that when it is
in the hung state that TortoiseProc.exe is consuming 97% CPU
in the task manager.
Received on 2009-01-31 08:29:19 CET
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