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Re: [TSVN] Too much recursion going on in TSVN?

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-10-27 21:58:02 CEST

Will Dean wrote:

> I'm running TSVN 1.1.1 on an XP machine, with a (large) working copy on
> the local drive. TSVN is *not* set to report recursive directory state.
> Using filemon, I notice that if I do an F5 refresh of the directory one
> down from the top of the WC, SVN not only looks into the .SVN
> directories of all the folders one level below me (which I expect), but
> it *also* looks into the .SVN folders of the next level down.
> Indeed, if I go down another level and do F5, I see also sorts of
> 'sibling' folders get examined, as though there has been recursion from
> a level *above* the current one.
> What's happening here? Do other people see this? I'm using a 'single'
> folder view in Explorer, i.e. one *without* a tree-view down the left
> hand side.

That's ok that way. To get the status of a folder, Subversion has to
look inside the .svn folder inside that folder too.
if you fetch the status for /top, Subversion get the status of sub1,
file1 and file2. Therefore the /top/.svn/ and /top/sub1/.svn folders get

> (Filemon is an impossible-to-do-without free tool which comes from
> www.sysinternals.com)

We know ;)


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