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Re: [TSVN] Severe performance degradation observed [solved]

From: Nicklas Norling <exinor_at_exinor.net>
Date: 2004-12-15 11:53:36 CET

> SteveKing wrote:
>> Ok, I found the code part which is responsible for the regression. It
>> only happens on root folders, and that's why I never experienced it
>> that much: my working copies all have only a few files in the root ;)
>> Fixed in revision 2118 - please check the next nightly build and
>> confirm.
>> Stefan
> I'll make sure to do that, thanks Stefan :)
> /Nicke

Ok, this somewhat delayed nightly works great performance wise! Congrats
for nailing that bug down :)

Clicking on one of the nodes with 612 files in it the explorer right pane
turns gray for like 3 sec, then overlays are fast. Somewhat slower then
the eye but it's quite usable.

A few other remarks though...

1. It seems that the overlay icons have been turned into TCVS-like icons.
Tried the uninstall-reboot-install-reboot trick to no vail. I seem to
remeber having a setting for what set of icons to show, can't find it
now... Maybe I'm getting demeted? Ohh wait, they are *not* TCVS icons, I
can see these are round and TCVS have squared. I think I find the old
green calmer :)

2. Hmm, I swear I had another one comming but I can't remeber what it was.
Those new overlay icons must have shocked me ;) I'll let you know if I
ever remeber.

Again, thanks!


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