On Tue, Apr 30, 2019 at 9:28 PM Eliot, Christopher
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> Running TortoiseSVN1.10 (r28148).
> Accessing SVN repository as https://ndev-svn01/svn/...
> TortoiseSVN had been running for a long time, I had done lots of things in it.
> I right-clicked on a tag and selected "Mark for comparison"
> I clicked on the trunk.
> Can't recall if I clicked "compare URLs" or not.
> Ooh. This is repeatable. I shut down TortoiseSVN complete and restarted it.
> Performed the same sequence of events; I get this same exception when I click on
> "compare URLs". I reproduced it a couple of times.
> I then selected the trunk and marked it for comparison, selected the tag, and
> was able to to compare them just fine.
> I then went back and repeated the original sequence of events and again got the
Thanks for taking the time to report this.
However, I'm afraid this community (the "core" subversion project)
can't help you directly. I think it's likely that this problem is
situated somewhere in the TortoiseSVN code (which is a separate
project, for the Windows GUI on top of the Subversion libraries). It
seems it is internally calling the Subversion libraries with a
"non-canonical path". Maybe there is something strange with the urls
that are constructed here?
If you report this to the TortoiseSVN community
(https://tortoisesvn.net/community.html), they might be able to
provide more help or to ask more specific questions to find out what's
> I'll look into updating TortoisSVN.
> When I update to 1.12, it’s unusable. When I click on the directory for my project, I get a popup that just says “TortoisesSVN client has stopped working. A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Please close the program.” It seems to be a problem with just this project; I can click down into other projects in the same repository. I’ll report that separately.
Here again I think you should probably contact the TSVN community. It
might be related to the first problem (some non-canonical url being
passed to the libraries, specific to that one project). Or it might be
> Subversion Exception!
> Subversion encountered a serious problem.
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> you were trying to do.
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> Subversion reported the following
> (you can copy the content of this dialog
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> In file
> line 629: assertion failed (svn_relpath_is_canonical(path))
> Topher Eliot
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