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Re: Log cache recent enhancements

From: <Stefan.Fuhrmann_at_etas.com>
Date: 2007-12-10 00:51:05 CET

"Simon Large" <simon.tortoisesvn@googlemail.com> wrote on 09.12.2007
23:41:27:

> Just taking a look at the log cache features in the latest nightly.
> Very nice, but there are a few minor glitches.

That was expected. I just didn't want to keep all those changes
sitting in my working copy.

> The log dialog should indicate whether it is working in online or
offline mode.

Hm. I am not sure how and when to switch the display.
Maybe Stefan can have a look at it?

> The log cache settings page displays a load of UUIDs in the URL table,
> as well as the proper URLs. Maybe this is simply because the format
> has changed and I have old cache files lying around?

Yes, those caches probably belong to deleted repositories: No URL
has been assigned to them since the last format change. As of 11560,
they will be shown as "probably deleted repository".

> The author count in the details view seems to be off by one. For
> file:/// repositories, the author count should be 1 and it shows as 2.
> For my work repository the author count should be 2 and it shows as 3.

Technically, the numbers are correct: there is always an "empty" author
known to the cache. r11557 will no longer count that as one.

> Do we need to document what all those stats mean?

No we don't. They are just a goody for my sake. The docs should
mention them, however because some people may want to know
"how complete is my cache?", "how many changes and authors
are in my repository?" etc.

> In case anyone should ask, where are the log cache files stored?

%APPDATA%\TortoiseSVN\logcache

-- Stefan^2.

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