On 11/30/2013 4:23 AM, Stefan Küng wrote:
> On 29.11.2013 18:14, Ben Johnson wrote:
>> That's a good idea.
>> Indeed, PuTTY's native "plink.exe" (version 0.63) works correctly.
>> Pasting the exact same command to "TortoisePlink.exe" causes the
>> application to crash.
>> Just for giggles, I replaced "TortoisePlink.exe" with PuTTY's
>> "plink.exe" (and renamed the latter to match the former) and TSVN no
>> longer crashes. Instead, it pops-up a COM window for TortoisePlink.exe,
>> which says, "Server refused our key", which is expected, as I
>> authenticate with a password and not a key.
> question is now, why does it even send a key? I guess that's why TPlink
> crashes (doesn't handle the error well).
>> I realize that there must be differences between the stock PuTTY exe and
>> TSVN's version of it, so this isn't a "fix", but it does demonstrate
>> that something seems to be awry in the TSVN version.
>> Thanks for the suggestion; what's the next step in finding a solution?
> I would have to find the bug, but to do that I need a way to reproduce
> the problem. TPlink does not crash with my test setup. So maybe you can
> set up a test repo for me which I can access?
Thanks for the follow-up, Stefan.
Sure, I can setup a test repository and SSH login credentials for you.
I'll email them to you in a separate correspondence.
Please note that the crash only seems to happen on Windows 8 x64, for
whatever reason. It does not happen on Windows 7 x64, nor does it happen
on Windows 8 x86.
I'll send the additional info to you momentarily.
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Received on 2013-11-30 18:56:18 CET