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RE: [TSVN] RFC: New cache scheme

From: Hughes, Bill <Bill.Hughes_at_cox.co.uk>
Date: 2005-01-21 10:56:09 CET

Will Dean wrote:
..snip..
>
> At this point, we've probably slowed things down slightly,
> because there's
> now an inter-process call (on a named pipe) between the shell
> extension and the cache. However, the cache is now a nice little
> stand-alone process,
> which one can start and stop at will, play around with and debug
> easily. (If you stop TSVNCache, the shell extension just
> marks things as
> unversioned, connecting to the cache again when it restarts.)
This would be misleading - I can imagine what would happen if tsvncache
became unavailable (for whatever reason and my wc was all marked unversioned
- you're asking for a potentially large number of 'bug' reports here.
If you do what Toby suggests and have tsvncache settings tab you can also
fail gracefully if the cache is not present - if the cache is stopped or
doesn't respond to it's ipc calls then you stop trying to use it and set the
status of objects the slow but reliable way.

Bill

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