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Re: Crash reverting directory deletion with moved contents

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2013 20:12:28 +0200

On 09.10.2013 13:19, Stein Somers wrote:
> To reproduce:
> 1. Create repository with 2 items:
> dir/
> dir/file
> 2. Check out working copy.
> 3. Move file out of the directory to the top level. Either with cut and SVN Paste, or right-dragging and Move Versioned File.
> 4. SVN Delete dir.
> 4. Open SVN Check for Modifications. We see, as expected:
> dir deleted
> dir/file deleted
> file added (+)
> 5. Right-click on dir, select Revert, and confirm to revert this deletion. TortoiseSVN crashes and tries in vain to send crash data, ending with "SendRpt: Error / failed to extract stack".
> 6. After cleaning up the working copy, same thing. SVN Revert on the top directory, selecting the same dir, works fine.

Thanks for this report!
I've received many crash dumps with this crash but I was never able to
figure out why it crashed. Now I can finally reproduce this.

The crash is inside the svn library. So I'll report this to the svn devs.


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