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Re: [TSVN] Performance issue caused by unversioned files/folders in WC

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-12-15 15:03:39 CET

"Michael Dietschi" <groups@dietschi.net> wrote on 12/15/2004 08:45:03 AM:

> Problem:
> =======
> If a working copy has a lot of unversioned files/folders the
> performance of "Check for Modifications" and "Commit..." dialogs
> gets _really_ bad. That means the time that eplapses between the
> user action (clicking context menu item) and effect (responding
> dialog) takes very long.
> SVN (1.1.1) command line client seems not to be affected _that_
> much.

I believe that TSVN is behaving correctly here. It needs to show you
those unversioned files in the commit dialog so that they can be added to
version control. If you do not want to process that folder, you should
add the folder to the ignore list, then performance will be what you want.


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