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RE: Tortoiseproc.exe crashing when attempting new checkout

From: George Orwell <orwell_g_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2009 10:01:32 +0800

> you should use the url
> https://nhibernate.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/nhibernate/trunk
> Otherwise you're checking out the *whole* repository, including all tags
> and branches! That can easily add up to several gigabytes!

No worries, I created a new "trunk" folder and did a checkout from the mentioned url. Everything went through fine ...

I then created a new folder for "branches" and did a checkout on the "https://nhibernate.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/nhibernate/branches/" url. This also went through fine with no issues ...

Even though I don't seem to be having any of the previous issues anymore, I'll answer your questions regardless ...

> no need to include the 'url' in your path to your working copy. but that
> shouldn't be the problem.

I know, I just like to know where my repositories are coming from so I can view them through the browser if I happen to forget.

> > I get the following error:
> >
> > TortoiseProc.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close.
> >
> When do you get this dialog? Right at the start? After you click the OK
> button of the checkout dialog? When the progress dialog pops up? During
> the checkout? At the end of the checkout?

I was getting the error during checkout. The last file that I would see in the dialog box is:


This file is the one before (alphabetically) "MySqlData​Driver.cs". So I'm not sure at what point the dialog is throwing the error.

Perhaps there was a compatability issue with the msvcr90.dll file? I did recently install the latest Sql Express 2008 so perhaps the install updated updated this file, and now tortoise is running fine? Not sure ... I have also in the meantime removed any extra shell extensions I didn't think I needed using Shell Extension Viewer. Don't know what fixed it, but I'm happy I can get this repository out, as I'm actively working on a project that requires this source to unravel a mystery I've hit ...

Thanks for taking the time to reply.

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