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Issue #2155 resolved

TortoiseHg stall with nearly "text" file

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After having updated to v2.5, I've an issue when in the commit tab when I select the attached file, the workbench stall indefinitely. This is a file that used to be visualized without any problem prior the updating to v2.5. It is usually seen as a text file by Tortoise as other files of the same kind in my project. After a commit of the file, then modified it, it works again. I suspect the issue to come from the new algorithm in determining whether a file is text or binary.

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  1. Jean_Francois_Coulon reporter

    (Reply via jfc3...@yahoo.com):

    I do not remember but the first time I installed it on my Win7 Pc was on march this year. So I guess it was between2.3.1 and 2.4.1. I read from the release notes that in 2.5 over 2.4 there is filedata: add new binary detection heuristic, based on the max line length. Can'tit be related to the issue I had with this file that is not a "standard" text file (many characters are not usual). This is the application that didn't respond at all (I had each time to kill it). The first time, I waited several minute before killing it. I have reproduced the issue several time until I decided to commit then modify the file.

    ______ From: Yuya Nishihara <issues-reply@bitbucket.org> To: jfc38mbx-bitbucket@yahoo.com Sent: Wednesday, September 19, 2012 4:08 PM Subject: Re: [tortoisehg/thg] TortoiseHg stall with nearly "text" file (issue #2155)

  2. Yuya Nishihara

    Probably it depends on Qt (or QScintilla?) version.

    • TortoiseHg 2.3.1, Python-2.6.6, PyQt-4.8.6, Qt-4.7.4 (msi) => fast
    • TortoiseHg 2.3.1, Python-2.7.2, PyQt-4.9, Qt-4.8.0 (source) => a bit slow
    • TortoiseHg 2.5, Python-2.7.3, PyQt-4.9.1, Qt-4.8.0 (msi) => a bit slow
  3. Jean_Francois_Coulon reporter

    (Reply via jfc3...@yahoo.com):

    It uses Qt-4.8.0. But is not a question of being a bit slow. It more seems like on certain condition(s) it enters an endless loop. It usually processes what it needs to be done with that very same file in a small fraction of a second.

    ______ From: Yuya Nishihara <issues-reply@bitbucket.org> To: jfc38mbx-bitbucket@yahoo.com Sent: Monday, September 24, 2012 4:44 PM Subject: Re: [tortoisehg/thg] TortoiseHg stall with nearly "text" file (issue #2155)

  4. Jean_Francois_Coulon reporter

    (Reply via jfc3...@yahoo.com):

    Yes the issue is just with a single version of the file. I have several versions of it since then that have no problem. But if I just select the "issue triggering" version, the workbench enters what seems to be an infinite loop. Jean-Francois

    ______ From: Yuya Nishihara <issues-reply@bitbucket.org> To: jfc38mbx-bitbucket@yahoo.com Sent: Tuesday, September 25, 2012 5:03 PM Subject: Re: [tortoisehg/thg] TortoiseHg stall with nearly "text" file (issue #2155)

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