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Re: experimental svn-win32-1.1-dev-9226: memory leak closed

From: Jan Hendrik <jan.hendrik_at_bigfoot.com>
Date: 2004-04-07 22:05:39 CEST

Concerning Re: experimental svn-win32-1.1-dev-
Ben Collins-Sussman wrote on 7 Apr 2004, 10:39, at least in part:

> On Wed, 2004-04-07 at 10:31, Jan Hendrik wrote:
> > Second attempt, now with experimental build (thanks, Ben) svn-
> > win32-1.1-dev-9226.zip and commit succeeded, using a maximum
> > of 14 MB of memory!
> Hm, I don't think r9032 (which I presume is the fix on /trunk which
> has solved the problem) has been backported to the 1.0.x branch.
> Perhaps it should be a 1.0.2 candidate? It looks like it could
> seriously affect tortoisesvn users...

That would be great indeed, Ben. It has troubled me several times
and a simple recursive commit from the commandline is not always
what I want. And this time I really wanted to keep a couple of files
out of the commit while splitting up would have been a bad thing
either. Though for the time being I'll go with the 1.1-build that would
not help TSVN ...

Jan Hendrik
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     is to assure the unhindered development of the individual.
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