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Re: Message box "No error occurred" while trying to add or commit files

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Sep 2009 21:04:23 +0200

On 30.09.2009 11:41, Ennio wrote:
> The behavior is the same as in this post:
> http://www.nabble.com/Got-%22no-error-occurred%22-td18895258.html
> There is only one instance of TortoiseSVN installed on the computer =
> TortoiseSVN- installed on Windows XP
> SP3.
> I did some tests with the Debug flag set to 1 as suggested in the post
> above, and the result is that TortoiseSVN is called, the dialog box
> with parameters is displayed, but surprisingly the pathlist parameter
> is empty, which is not the case on other TortoiseSVN installations
> working correctly. Full message is:
> /command:add /pathfile:"" /deletepathfile /hwnd:328532
> And actually, if I run TortoiseProc manually from a command line with /
> commad:add /pathfile:"", I get the same error on my other computer
> where TortoiseSVN is working correctly otherwise.
> So, it seems there are 2 problems here:
> - why the pathfile parameter is empty in the TortoiseProc call?
> - why an empty pathfile displays this very informative "No error
> occured" window? ;-)

Improved the error message in r17317.

As for the empty pathfile parameter: that can only happen if TSVN can't
create a file in the temp folder.
This can happen if you've either deleted your temp folder or your temp
folder doesn't have the access rights set up so that TSVN can write into it.


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Received on 2009-09-30 21:04:25 CEST

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