Topic "Assertion failed bug"

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nebot
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Recently opened WinSCP and copying files does not have an issue. Upon trying to move a file from the server to local, it blows up with the error "Assertion failed: (FProgressData->Operation == foCopy) || (FProgressData->Operation == foCalucalteSize),file core\Queue.cpp, line 2250

The same issue occurs with the debug version i have from you and the location line are from that version. 5.9.5

the trace files do not appear to have any meaningful data within them.
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martin◆
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Do you have any reason to run the debug version?
nebot
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martin wrote:
Do you have any reason to run the debug version?


Yes, you provided it to me for another issue related to the program dumping when a host is attached and can no longer connect or resolve DNS for the system.

It was for the previous version and while i can reproduce this behavior in both the debug (5.10 build 7391) and normal (5.9.5) i cannot reproduce it in the 5.9.6 (build 7601) version.
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nebot wrote:
It was for the previous version and while i can reproduce this behavior in both the debug (5.10 build 7391) and normal (5.9.5) i cannot reproduce it in the 5.9.6 (build 7601) version.

By "this behavior" are you referring to "program dumping when a host is attached"?
Can you reproduce the behavior with 5.10.2?
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