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Re: TortoiseSVN 1.6.0-RC1

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 15 Mar 2009 20:39:45 +0100

Kurt Pruenner wrote:
> Stefan Küng wrote:
>> Kurt Pruenner wrote:
>>> Trying to show the new revision graph always crashes on me, even if it's
>>> a checkout of a freshly created local repository with 0 revisions and a
>>> cleared log cache... :(
>>> I've sent a crashdump.
>> Can you try creating another dump? The one I got from you is only 24kb
>> in size and is not a "recognized binary format" in the debugger.
> Yeah, I noticed that too when trying to open it in WinDbg - but it
> always is about that small... :(
>> But maybe since it crashes all the time for you, it could be something
>> else which also prevents the crash report from properly creating the
>> dump file? Virus scanner?
> Sorry, but I don't do virus scanners at home; the "worst security-tool"
> I've got running is SP3's Windows firewall...

That one actually is not that bad :)

> Could it be a bug in your crash handler?

Could be - but most of the time it works just fine. At least every time
I tried it.

> Anyway, I've used WinDbg to run tortoiseproc and started it with the
> parameters returned by setting the Debug registry key to 1, where I've
> encountered an integer divide by zero - I'll mail you a crash dump made
> with WinDbg that's about 19MB zipped...

I just fixed a div by zero in r15704, and according to the dump you sent
me that was the problem.
Can you try the next nightly build tomorrow?


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