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Re: Best practice for TSVNcache

From: Peter Mounce <pmounce_at_narrowstep.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2008 22:19:34 +0000 (UTC)

> Hi folks,
>
> There is an item in the docs todo list which says "Add separate
> chapter describing the cache process, including best practices". This
> is a user request, but I am not really sure what should go in such a
> chapter, so does anyone have any ideas?

I usually explicitly ignore from the root of all by hard-drives, so have
c:\*
d:\*
in the excludes. I then only explicitly include locations where I know I
have WCs, so have
d:\_work\*
c:\Users\peter.mounce\Documents\svnd\*
in my includes.

I don't know whether TSVNcache is clever enough to only scan where it knows
I have WCs, or whether it scans each directory I look at with explorer (communicating
with the shell extension) - but I figure if I tell it where I have WCs, and
not to look elsewhere, it won't fret about what I do with the rest of my
drives.

Something like that?

Pete

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