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TortoiseSVN crash w/ mapped drives [v1.5.9]‏

From: George <georgevulov_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 2009 17:27:26 -0700 (PDT)


At work we have the following setup: all build scripts refer explicitly to drive T:\ and we map different paths to T:\ depending on which branch we're working on. The mapping is done with the "subst" command in windows.

Here's how the crash occurs:
1. Right-click on T:\ and open the commit dialog
2. Put in log message etc, and hit Ok
3. A messagebox comes up saying TortoiseProc.exe asked the VC++ runtime to terminate in an unusual way. (screenshot attached)

Once this occurs, every subsequent attempt to commit results in a crash. Doing an svn cleanup or rebooting the computer does not help.

What _does_ work though is going to the original location to which T:\ is mapped, for example C:\Branches\2.1 and committing from there. Also, committing from a subdirectory of T:\ works. For example, committing T:\dir1 and T:\dir2 separately doesn't result in a crash.

This issue cannot be reproduced consistently, but everyone on our development team runs into it. I'm pretty sure it has something to do with the mapped drive situation.

Thanks in advance for any help or pointers!



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