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svn blame should call the cancel callback more often

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2003-10-18 18:53:47 CEST


While trying out the new svn blame command (thanks for that btw!)
I noticed that it can't be cancelled - the cancel callback is only
called when the log is fetched, but that's it. Later in the time consuming
diff task the callback is not called anymore and so the user
can't really cancel the operation.

Is it possible to call the cancel callback in that for() loop (line 389 in
once for every loop? Or would that break something?

Just as a sidenote: it would even be better if in that for() loop another
would be called to tell the client(s) which revision is currently worked on,
even together with the total amount of revision. That would give the clients
chance to show some progress information...


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Received on Sat Oct 18 18:56:45 2003

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