On 6 January 2012 01:32, Robert Chapin <tigris_at_miqrogroove.com> wrote:
>> That said, it does seem like the TSVN Repo Browser shouldn't need to
>> query the repo root if it's asked to browse a subdirectory. This does
>> seem like new behavior in TSVN 1.7.x--I seem to recall that in prior
>> versions, only the portions of the repo that are being displayed would
>> be queried--e.g., if you browsed
>> http://plugins.svn.wordpress.org/mailpress, the tree on the left would
>> show mailpress as the only folder under the root. You would have to
>> navigate up one level for it to query the root and show all the folders.
> This :) Because, if we can browse the individual projects, nobody cares what's in the repo root.
> Unfortunately, the solution does not seem to be as simple as drilling down another level. When I try to pull up a trunk directory it still doesn't work, so that could mean it is still trying to look at the root.
> Might be related? - BUG: Issue #146: Repo browser won't show a directory whose parent directory cannot be read.
I don't think so, it's simply the huge number of sub-directories in
that repository that is causing the server to be slow when queried
with the equivalent of svn st -v. There has already been some
discussion of this on the svn dev list:
Stefan already opened an issue on TSVN to use the faster svn st equivalent:
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Received on 2012-01-06 10:06:18 CET