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Re: TortoiseProc.exe Hangs on Initial startup

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2013 19:19:46 +0100

On 27.01.2013 18:45, Terry Fisher wrote:
> Apparently, it isn't sufficient to simply call CListCtrl::OnPaint().
> CSVNStatusListCtrl::OnPaint() must call BeginPaint()/EndPaint() to
> validate the window and remove the WM_PAINT message from the message
> queue.
> I have attached a diff file with changes that work consistently on my
> setup. When I use version of code with my changes, the dialog
> initializes 100% of the time, without my changes, it hangs almost
> every time I open the commit or modifications dialog.
> It may be more correct to do the BeginPaint()/EndPaint()
> unconditionally instead of only in the case that m_bBusy and m_bEmpty
> are both false.

Can you try just adding
instead of calling BeginPaint/EndPaint and check if that works too?

and what's bothering me here: calling Default() means letting the OS
draw the control as if it wasn't subclassed. I doubt that the list
control has such a bug that it fails to validate the drawing region.
Also if it had such a bug, I would see it on my test machines as well.
So my question: do you have some skinning tool installed?


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