Re: Show file sizes in "Show Log" window and similar
Am 12.07.2010 09:39, schrieb Simon Large:
> On 12 July 2010 07:44, Ralf Onat<kongomongo_at_gmx.net> wrote:
>>> OK. I just did a "svn log" to get the rev numbers for a file certain file and then looped a "svn list --verbose -r xxx svn://...." against each revision. Took 1 sec for roughly 1000 revisions to get the history of all file revision sizes.
>>> So seems to me like it works nicely and seems already implemented in svn?
>>> So let me ask again: Would it be possible to show this information in TSVN? Maybe (so it doesnt change the current speed for retrieval) even a button "fetch file sizes"?
>>> Thanks in advance.
> Let me ask you a question: how many people would this change benefit?
> My guess is 1 since no-one has ever asked for such a feature before,
> and it would add another button to an already busy user interface.
> The repo browser shows file sizes already at whatever revision you are
> looking at, which will be enough for most people. Seeing the file size
> for every file in every commit is pretty specific to you. Your best
> bet is to write a script which calls the svn client and parses the xml
> output. Maybe you could then get it to show deltas, which would help
> you pick out the revisions where a large change occurred.
I've followed this discussion for a while and I wonder why it's always the *good* suggestions that are rejected. I think that would be a very useful feature since I missed it in some situations.
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