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Re: Bug report: Deleting modified non-versioned elements via 'Working Copy' dialog causes crash in Windows 7 x64

From: Martin Falatic <martin_at_falatic.com>
Date: Tue, 9 Mar 2010 17:29:56 -0600 (CST)

On Tue, March 9, 2010 13:24, Stefan Küng wrote:
> On 08.03.2010 23:30, Martin Falatic wrote:
>> On Mon, March 8, 2010 13:02, Stefan Küng wrote:
>>> On 08.03.2010 15:01, Martin Falatic wrote:
>>>> Deleting modified non-versioned elements via "Working Copy" dialog
>>>> causes crash in Windows 7 x64 ...
>>> Deinstall TortoiseGit - I only got it to crash when I had this
>>> installed. As soon as I deinstalled it, the crash went away.
>>> Stefan
>> TortoiseSVN and TortoiseGit are not compatible with each other? I
>> understand this might be a workaround but it's pretty drastic,
>> especially if you're in an organization using both Git and SVN for
>> development. Is this to imply this isn't considered a bug?
> Not a bug in TSVN but in TGit.
> I've spent several hours trying to find the source of the problem. In
> the end I found that TGit somewhere corrupts the memory of the shell itself
> - it's the shell API that crashes when it tries to delete the
> file. And yes, I've made sure that TSVN passes all the parameters to the
> API correctly and doesn't corrupt the memory itself.
> You have to report this to the TGit guys.
> Stefan

Sounds like this has been pretty thoroughly characterized then - it's good
to hear it's not TSVN. I would recommend it be noted in the FAQ somewhere
so that people know that weird things might happen with both installed at
the same time (I expect there may be other unwanted interactions). Thanks
for the info - I don't think I'll be reinstalling TGit anytime soon

 - Marty


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