On 03.10.2012 20:40, Bruce.Crane_at_transcentra.com wrote:
> *_What I did:_ *I have a custom app that calls TortoiseProc.Exe using
> the following command line to open the Repo-Browser (RB):
> "C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\TortoiseProc.exe" /command:repobrowser
> *_What actually happened:_* When a user executes this command line (when
> there is no saved history, either the first time that the user has used
> TortoiseSVN or has cleared the URL history through
> (tsvn->settings->Saved Data->URL History), this causes the
> TortoiseProc.exe to hang. It does not display anything at any time
> though it is an active process. In order to get out of the custom app I
> have to use the task manager to kill TortoiseProc.exe.
Works fine for me here.
Also, there's nothing in the code that would suggest such a behavior.
> When I separately open the RB using the
> right-click->TortoiseSVN->Repo-browser context menu (outside of the
> custom app) this will either display the URL window or the RB regardless
> of saved URL history. Then I go back and execute the above command line
> through the custom app it works as expected.
does your custom app run as a different user, with different rights maybe?
does your app have the CWD set to a directory where you don't have write
access to? That sometimes leads to problems with functions in the SVN
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Received on 2012-10-03 21:04:46 CEST