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Re: [TSVN] Technical questions on status caching

From: Laurent CHASTEL <lchastel_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-12-21 17:27:05 CET


About memory, your answers is the one I was expected.

About putting cache in a file, I asked this to deal with big folders.
I have folders in my repository with 3000 objects to 5000 objects.
It takes 2 minutes for 5000 files to display the files in Explorer to be
able to do something.
When changin of directory and getting back to the big ones, it takes arround
25% less to display the files.

I exported the same folders without .svn folder, I directly have it files.

My users don't want to use Explorer anymore, it's too slow for them.
I worked on my repository organization, but I could have less than 3000
files (SCC limitation)

I have developed a SCC for SVN and I have implemented a similar solution you
have implemented, but I added save/load the cache. The first time a user
open a folder with SCC on his computer, it takes 2 minutes to open, but the
next times, it takes only 1 or 2 seconds to open (the time to read the cache

I'm using the lastest version of svn from 1.1 branch (r12477) and the
lastest version of TortoiseSVN from trunk (r2183). I get them from
repositories this afternoon (French time)


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