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Re: TSVN 1.6.9 Trying To Access Non-Existent DecodePointer Routine In Windows 2000

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2010 22:22:47 +0200

On 25.06.2010 01:24, Geoff Field wrote:
> I've just updated to TSVN 1.6.9 on my Windows XP and Windows 2000
> machines at work. (Yes, I know these are both old technologies. Tell
> that to our IT department.) On the XP machine, the improvement is
> immediately noticeable. On the Win2k machine, however, I'm getting
> multiple pop-ups telling me it's trying to access a non-existent
> DecodePointer routine in Kernel32.dll. This is both during the reboot
> and when I first click on the directories to view them.
> On researching, I've found this is because (obviously), TSVN is trying
> to do a DLL routine access for a function that doesn't exist. The
> "helpful" advice I've found is to upgrade to XP or better. I'd do that,
> but there are too many things installed on the Win2k machine that I need
> for my daily work, as well as the issue of finding budget for the upgrade.
> In the meantime, I think I'll downgrade my Win2k TSVN installation to
> 1.6.8 if I can get the icons working there at all.

Can you please try the stable nightly build and check whether that fixes
your issue?


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