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From "Geoff Mountfort" <geo...@cabcharge.com.au>
Subject Subversion exception doing unified diff
Date Tue, 23 Oct 2012 06:48:44 GMT
Hi,

 

on my Windows XP Professional SP3 box, using Tortoise SVN 1.7.7.22907
(32 bit) I right-click on a file in Windows Explorer, point to
TortoiseSVN, click Show log.

 

Select one of the revisions (which has Actions ! + x), right-click,
choose Show changes as unified diff. Up it comes, all OK.

 

Select another revision (which has Actions ! + x), right-click, choose
Show changes as unified diff. Boom!

 

---------------------------

Subversion Exception!

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Subversion encountered a serious problem.

Please take the time to report this on the Subversion mailing list

with as much information as possible about what

you were trying to do.

But please first search the mailing list archives for the error message

to avoid reporting the same problem repeatedly.

You can find the mailing list archives at

http://subversion.apache.org/mailing-lists.html

 

Subversion reported the following

(you can copy the content of this dialog

to the clipboard using Ctrl-C):

 

In file

 
'D:\Development\SVN\Releases\TortoiseSVN-1.7.7\ext\subversion\subversion
\libsvn_client\diff.c'

 line 1674: assertion failed (*target1 && *target2)

---------------------------

OK   

 

Click OK. Get the same message box again. Click OK. Get

---------------------------

TortoiseSVN

---------------------------

In file

 
'D:\Development\SVN\Releases\TortoiseSVN-1.7.7\ext\subversion\subversion
\libsvn_client\diff.c'

 line 1674: assertion failed (*target1 && *target2)

---------------------------

OK   

 

Select another of the revisions (which has Actions ! + x), right-click,
choose Show changes as unified diff. Up it comes, all OK.

 

So, there is something ... special about one revision. I haven't tried
everything, but I can do Compare with working copy, Compare and blame
with working BASE and also Show revision properties quite happily.

 

This is not a showstopper, as I don't really care about the unified diff
of the troublesome revision. 

 

I searched the archives but couldn't find anything useful.

 

 

Geoff

 


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