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Re: [TSVN] More on Commit dialog performance

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2004-12-16 09:48:27 CET

Will Dean wrote:

>> 2) Use a virtual listcontrol instead that does not handle the strings
>> itself.
> Yes, that might well be better for big commits (for example), because
> the data is already all loaded into memory. That said, most of the time
> spent loading the commit listview is currently spent looking up icons
> for the files.
> I am about to post a patch which fixes some of this, though I haven't
> bothered to go to a virtual scheme, which is a load more hassle.

Would a virtual control even help here? I mean the data we get in the
notify callback from Subversion isn't stored in memory by TSVN. So it
wouldn't matter a lot if TSVN does the copy or the listcontrol?


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