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Re: [LIBSVN_WC] Progress reporting when transmitting files (was: Re: How to show download progress for large files?)

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-01-03 14:55:16 CET

Erik Huelsmann <ehuels@gmail.com> wrote on 01/02/2006 02:38:08 PM:

> [ Forwarding to dev@ because this may be an enhancement issue ]
> On 12/31/05, Matt England <mengland@mengland.net> wrote:
> > Can 'svn co' cmdline possibly show download progress (particularly for
> > large files) at some point in the future if it can not do this today?
> >
> > The lack of download progress is a continual nuisance for my team, for
> > have several large files often controlled by Subversion.
> In my testing of libsvn_wc last week, I found that commits of very
> large files aren't interruptable. In my tests, it could take up to 5
> minutes before a ^C was acted upon.
> Progress reporting as well as interruptability can be addressed/solved
> by adding a progress notifier to svn_txdelta_transmit_deltas.
> Comments? File as enhancement issue?

Being able to reliably cancel operations as well as receive accurate
progress information are both important features that any GUI client such
as Subclipse or TortoiseSVN need. So I would very much like to see this
sort of enhancement implemented someday.

So +1 from me on filing an issue.



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