On 13.11.2013 15:13, Ben Johnson wrote:
> All of a sudden (within the past few weeks), I have begun experiencing
> incessant crashing in TSVN.
> Every time I perform an Update operation, the update works as expected.
> But as soon as I click "OK" to dismiss the dialog, TSVN crashes.
> Dialog title: TortoiseSVN x64
> Dialog text: TortoiseSVN x64 has stopped working
> Dialog subtext: Sending crash data... (with an activity indicator bar)
> After a few minutes of "Sending crash data", I receive a little
> blue/white/red dialog.
> Dialog title: SendRpt: Error
> Dialog text: failed to extract stack
> Not much has changed on this machine. I use Avast antivirus, and have
> for the past several years, and have never had problems with TSVN.
> In the way of troubleshooting, I have tried uninstalling and
> reinstalling the latest version, but the result is the same. I have also
> tried expunging TSVNs registry entries between uninstalling and
> reinstalling, but no change.
> Also -- and I don't know if the problem is related or not -- whenever I
> try to checkout a working copy from a repository that uses svn+ssh, I
> receive the "TortoisePlink has stopped working" dialog six different
> times. If I dismiss all of the dialogs, the Update window displays the
> Checkout from svn+ssh://mysite.com/svn/myrepo, revision HEAD, Fully
> recursive, Externals included
> Unable to connect to a repository at URL
> To better debug SSH connection problems, remove the -q option from 'ssh'
> in the
> [tunnels] section of your Subversion configuration file.
> Network connection closed unexpectedly
> There was a thread back on August 12, 2013, "latest tortoiseplink.exe
> crash on fresh windows 8 64bit", but it sounds like my problem is
> different (though perhaps related), as I do not use Kaspersky.
> I'm not sure what to try next. Are there more advanced debugging steps
> that I can undertake?
> Should I start disabling other shell extensions until the crashing
> stops? Maybe there's a conflict?
A crash at the end can mean many things, but if the crash reported can't
even extract the stack trace, then there's a big memory corruption going on.
Do you have any other dlls's that get loaded by every process?
Have a look at this list:
maybe you find something there that you also have installed and what
might be the reason for those crashes?
Or if you can attach a debugger to it and get a crash dump file, you can
send that to me so I can analyze it.
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Received on 2013-11-13 22:49:15 CET