Re: libapr_tsvn32.dll excluded from 1.9.3?
On 04.01.2016 16:53, Tim Green wrote:
> Our 32-bit application uses the client command line interface to
> communicate with SVN and if Tortoise is installed that defaults to
> libapr_tsvn32.dll. This DLL seems to have been excluded from Tortoise
> 1.9.3 in the 64-bit installation. As a result our users are getting an
> error message and can only use our SVN functions if they downgrade their
> Tortoise installation back to 1.9.2.
> We checked the version numbers of the DLLs and they don't appear to have
> changed for libapr_tsvn.dll, but a quick test with the copy of
> libapr_tsvn32.dll from 1.9.2 doesn't work with 1.9.3. It just gets an
> invalid address access error.
> I checked all the change logs and mailing lists and couldn't find any
> reference to this DLL being removed from the current installation of
> Tortoise. Is it possible that this is an error, or has it been removed
> for some specific reason? If so, is it possible to access the client
> command line interface in a different way as of this update? Or is it
> necessary to use a different client?
Due to various problems with deploying the c-runtime, the x64 version
now only contains one single 32-bit dll that's linked statically to the
c-runtime. There's now only the libsvn_tsvn32.dll which contains the apr
and apr-util libs as well.
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