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Re: [TSVN] Greate Jobs! Thank you alll!

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-12-21 15:36:29 CET

Will Dean <svn@indcomp.co.uk> wrote on 12/21/2004 09:28:38 AM:
> At 22:02 21/12/2004 +0800, you wrote:> > >Hi ,> > I am an IC designer in China. L3ast week I found TSVN and try to use it > > in my work. I find it can be> >easily integrated with my team work flow and is very easy to use! I love > >TSVN very much!> >> > Thank you all and Merry Christmas to you!> >> > BTW: Could you add an option in the context menu to enable/disable icon > > overlays? Because in big> > directories TSVN seems too slow.> > The next version (released later this week) is much faster, but in case > it's not fast enough, there are already lots of options in the settings > dialog to allow you to turn overlays on and off.
As Will indicates, performance is greatly improved in the new version. If that doesn't work for you, it is still possible to selectively turn off overlays. I quote the following from the TSVN documentation:
"If you want to disable the recursive overlays for some folders but not for all then you can do that by creating a file called _tsvnexcluderecursive inside that folder. This will disable the recursive overlays for that folder, but not for the files or folders inside it.
You can also disable the overlays completely for a folder by creating a file called _tsvnexcludethis inside that folder. Again, this disables the overlays only for that folder, not the folders inside it. You can define specific paths to be excluded from showing overlays on the settings page (Section 4.20.2, “The Settings Dialog, Look and Feel Tab”)."


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