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From Stefan <luke1...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: Subversion crash report
Date Mon, 25 Jan 2016 20:29:38 GMT
Hi James,
>
> I uninstalled the old SlikSVN, and installed the new 64-bit SlikSVN, 
> using Typical installation.  Again, copied the DLLs and EXEs to 
> another location for each of typing the address.  After reverting and 
> cleaning up from the prior merge, I ran  the merge again.  It crashed 
> at the same location as last time. Log files are included.
>
> *From:*Stefan Hett [mailto:stefan@egosoft.com]
> *Sent:* Monday, January 25, 2016 1:37 PM
> *To:* Patten, James
> *Cc:* 'subversion'
> *Subject:* Re: Subversion crash report
>
> Hi James,
>
>     I downloaded SlikSVN and installed it, using the Typical
>     installation. I then copied the DLLs and EXEs from C:\Program
>     Files (x86)\SlikSvn\bin to C:\MyScripts\SVN2 so that it was easier
>     to type the address, and ran the merge again.  It crashed.  I have
>     included the log files as you requested.
>
> Thanks for the dump. Looking at the corresponding code sections 
> suggest that the crash might not occur with the 64-bit binaries. Any 
> chance you could try such a build? I'd expect you'd get some error in 
> this case which should be a useful lead to the underlying problem.
>
My bad. I misread the code section there. I see why it's crashing there 
for you, but I don't know enough about the SVN source to determine the 
root cause of the issue.

I'll pass on my findings to the developers to see if they can make out 
more sense of it.

Regards,
Stefan


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