Issue #262 new

hg push to svn failing with "out of memory"

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Similar to <<issue 110#110>>, but this is happening with a push operation: https://bitbucket.org/durin42/hgsubversion/issue/110/memory-leak

Normally pushes wouldn't be so large, but this is a new project, so initial libraries, resources, etc. are being committed..

Using cygwin:

{{{ $ hg push pushing to file:///Z:/SPO searching for changes Out of memory - terminating application. }}}

It also pops up with the classic C++ unhandled exception, "Out of memory". It chews up almost 2GB of memory before it dies. (as expected for a win32 binary?)

Using latest hgsubversion and hg.exe, just fetched a new one today in the hope it might be fixed.

Comments (1)

  1. shousper

    Whoops! Also, this is me. I know a repeated pull will get the repository down, but how am I supposed to get this all up, short of manually merging it with an svn working copy?

    /hopes for a fix soon >.<

    Also, nice work on his extension! Love it!

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