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Re: [TSVN] Technical questions on status caching

From: Laurent CHASTEL <lchastel_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-12-21 22:57:56 CET

>>What is your computer ? We have Celeron 1,5Ghz, 256 Mo of RAM under XP.
>I have a PIII running at 700MHz with 384MB RAM under XP SP2.
>I have the same in our office (2GHz P4, 1GB RAM, XP SP2)
You have more RAM than us, I think it could make the difference.
We don't have SP2, our system team don't want us to have it to avoid any
problem with network :(


>>My project is a SCC controler, I begun it in august. I used TortoiseSVN to
>>execute commands on svn repository. I saw recently the project
>>TortoiseSVNSCC, we have the same idea ;)
>Do you have a link to that project? Might be interesting to check it out.



>>My modifications on TortoiseSVN :
>>- "remove" the display of some windows when coming SCC
>You mean suppressing any UI? Wouldn't it be easier to use the command line
>client then?
No, I just remove redondant windows, for instance when adding new objects,
I call tortoiseproc twice one for add and one for commit to allow users to
type their comment.
But I don't want to have the add windows ;)

>>- add lock/unlock solution (needed for SCC, I was waiting for SVN to
>>support it but it's not for the moment)
>That will be available with Subversion 1.2 which comes out this spring.
>TSVN will have it too by then of course ;)
I know but when using scc, it's mandatory.
My solution, very bad indeed, is to add a file in repository and to add or
remove a line in it when locking or unlocking.

>>- add a window with a browser to search bugid (rumdimentary one)
>Do you host an IE control in that window?
I find it on Internet, the comment in it : "Implemenation for CHtmlCtrl --
web browser in a control. Overrides CHtmlView so you don't need a frame--can
use in dialog or any other kind of window"



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