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Re: runtime error in TortoiseProc while merging

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 06 Mar 2009 21:09:37 +0100

Todd C. Gleason wrote:
>> I don't use WinDbg that often. But I guess that the abort() call works
>> against this goal since it aborts the whole process.
>> Can you maybe try a nightly build? Maybe the crash is already fixed.
> But
>> if not: in 1.6, Subversion finally got rid of abort() and exit() calls
>> and replaced them with a custom exception handler. TSVN in this case
>> shows an error dialog with the source code location where the problem
>> originated and any info it gets from that exception. Which would make
>> this a little bit more suitable to find the problem.
> I haven't yet tried a large merge, but I had quite a few other
> TortoiseProc crashes. Often it would happen during an svn update as
> well, so then I'd just go to the cmd line and do a cleanup and update,
> and that would work. In any case, after quite a bit of frustration with
> the crashes I installed
> TortoiseSVN-
> And so far I haven't had any more crashes with updates, commits, or
> small merges. I guess this probably means that the svn libs have fixed
> something, but as to why the 1.5.5 command line doesn't misbehave at all
> for me, I have no idea.

Don't forget that TSVN usually passes --non-recursive for updates, and
some other params for merges which you might not have passed when trying
with the CL client.


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