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Re: Philip, is issue #1556 easy for you?

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-11-10 19:38:47 CET

Philip Martin <philip@codematters.co.uk> writes:
> time I measure (2500 directories in 5 seconds). Is this a Windows
> difference? Or much slower disks? Or is it something other than the
> unlocking code causing the delay?

Probably much slower disk (Ben's notebook is famous for that).

> svn_client_update() calls svn_wc_adm_close() which calls do_close() on
> the working copy path. do_close() calls do_close() recursively on
> each child before removing its own lock.


> > Granted that we could probably solve this with some research... but,
> > you probably already have the knowledge in your head and could get
> > it right the first time. Care to take it on? If not, that's fine,
> > just let me know so we can allocate time. (Or if you don't have
> > time to do it, but do have time to post some pointers, even that
> > would help.)
> I'm not sure what you want the feedback to look like, just one single
> "please wait" message? Is that just a single notify call added to
> svn_client_update()? I'm guessing you don't want a notify call for
> each directory unlocked.

Oh -- just one single "please wait" message was what I was thinking
(sorry if my previous mail's example didn't make that clear).

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