On 09.05.2011 20:55, Hans-Jochen Trost wrote:
>>> The TortoiseSVN installer does include msvcp90.dll--it goes in
>>> the side-by-side directory ...<<
> thanks for the hint. That copy does exist on my machine also.
> Explicitly using SubWCRev.exe is not (yet) within the scope of things
> I do. I suspect that from my point of view it operates, or is
> operated, behind the scenes. Thus all I can do to test this is remove
> my copy of msvcp90.dll again and run SubWCRev from the command line
> either without argument (which makes it display its help) or a
> garbage argument (a nonexistent working copy path, which creates an
> appropriate complaint). No complaint about the DLL missing. If the
> DLL is loaded already at this time, this would say it is found.
> My WinDoctor copy is vintage 2006, and I suppose that it does not
> consider the side-by-side directories to be in the standard search
> path hierarchy for DLLs. According to NotePad, SubWCRev.exe does
> contain one reference to msvcp90.dll without any path attached, and
> no reference to any WinSxS directory.
If your tool doesn't even consider SxS dlls, then it's pretty useless.
You can use a tool that actually works:
And if you can run SubWCRev without an error, then all the dlls are
there. It couldn't even start if that dll was missing, since that dll is
responsible for calling the main() function.
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Received on 2011-05-09 21:01:51 CEST